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Companies in the U.S. added 190,000 workers to payrolls in August, figures from the ADP Research Institute in Roseland, N.J., showed Wednesday. more
A nationwide survey found that 97 percent of employers will provide a paid day off for all or most employees on Labor Day, Sept. 7, but that 41 percent will require some employees to work the holiday. more
Rhode Island had the fourth-highest multiple job holder rate in New England in 2014, according to the state Department of Labor and Training. more
In case you needed more evidence that getting a college degree is generally a good idea, Georgetown University is out with a new report that underscores how important a diploma has been in this recovery. more
Employees of United Natural Foods Inc. who wish to improve their health do not start by blindly jumping on a treadmill or diving into a bowl of fruit. Instead, the process starts with an extensive blood screening that tells an employee … more
The fact that employee health and wellness efforts are worth the investment is not news to Toray Plastics (America) Inc. The Japanese manufacturer, with 600 regional employees, has had such programs for 15 years now, and constructed a separate … more
Personal pedometers and time during the workday to hit the sidewalk. Fresh fruit and salad bars at the office. Expert advice on personal money management. Pawtucket Credit Union wants its 205 employees to be well and feel well – even to … more
Providence is the 20th best city for retirement, according to a new study commissioned by the Bankers Life Center for a Secure Retirement. more
The state has reached a final agreement with SEIU District 1199 New England regarding family child care providers who are a part of Rhode Island’s Child Care Assistance Program, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced Friday. more
The White House has chosen Rhode Island to be a part of President Obama’s TechHire initiative, a multi-sector effort to empower Americans with the skills they need to succeed in today’s economy, according to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo. more
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