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One of the worst U.S. social problems might also be one of its chief economic woes. I’m talking about the epidemic of opioid and opiate abuse. more
For the first time in a generation, Rhode Island has inched away from the most expensive tier for unemployment insurance rates paid by ­businesses. The reduction in the unemployment-related tax rates, which took effect in January, will be … more
How many chambers of commerce/industry associations are you a member of? 1-2 54.5% 3-5 27.3% More than 5 0% None 18.2% Which of the following do you use these organizations for? (check all that … more
An employee whose life is the antithesis of mental, emotional, or spiritual well-being stands almost no chance of engaging in long-term behavior changes that lead to good physical health. We must see these truths for what they are and the remarkable … more
Saying the health care organization “is in the midst of challenging times,” the president and CEO of Care New England said restructuring efforts will continue and nonunion employees will be laid off. more
The fewest Americans in almost 44 years filed applications to collect unemployment benefits last week, indicating the job market continues to power forward. more
Maybe it’s the lack of volunteer hours, but Providence ranked fourth lowest on a list of the “hardest-working cities in America.” more
Approximately 3,000 Fidelity Investments employees have been offered voluntary buyout packages, the Boston Business Journal reported Tuesday. more
If President Trump keeps his promise, the U.S. will join the rest of the industrialized world and provide for some kind of paid maternity leave. more
Adrienne Heintz, an Atlanta marketing professional, has discovered a reliable way to earn higher wages, and Federal Reserve economists are taking note. more
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