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A former Bank of America Corp. managing director who accused the institution of being a “bros club” that favored male employees withdrew her lawsuit, according to a filing in New York federal court Wednesday. more
Want to increase your happiness? Look no further than your work schedule. Unstable working hours can harm employees’ financial security and amplify their stress, according to research from the Washington-based Center for Equitable Growth. more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island has announced a new contract with Virgin Pulse to offer its members a customized wellness platform. more
The number of applications for unemployment benefits barely rose last week, indicating employers remain comfortable with staffing levels. more
Gilbane Building Co. recently was recognized by the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts at its annual safety breakfast. The breakfast, sponsored by AON Construction Services Group, was held at the Boston College Club. more
More and more older Americans are working longer. Women, new research suggests, are much of the reason why. more
For decades, a growing pool of college graduates poured into the U.S. labor market, boosting productivity and shaping America’s status as the world’s dominant economic power. more
More than one job was held by 5.6 percent of Rhode Islanders 16 years old and older last year, according to data released Friday by the state Department of Labor and Training. more
It's easy to get the impression, as the U.S. celebrated the 45th annual Women's Equality Day last month, that the march toward equality has slowed to a crawl. Allow me to disagree. True, the usual statistics tell a story of stalled … more
For the fourth year in a row, the annual pay raise awarded to U.S. employees will hold steady at 3 percent, according to a new study. It's just another sign that companies have started to rethink the way they compensate employees. more
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