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TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder provides its employees with benefits including health insurance and retirement-account matching. /

Communication shows staff management cares

Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP is proud of the stability it offers employees during uncertain economic times. The law firm makes a concerted effort to...
CENTER OF ATTENTION: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island representative Jeanne Fraoli works 
in the company’s 
Customer and Provider Services Center.

PHOTO COURTESY BCBSRI /

Knowing what’s expected helps employees thrive

“We understand that a rewarding career goes well beyond a regular paycheck and employee engagement is critical in delivering a high morale,” said Eric...
FRUIT OF THEIR LABOR: Collette 
Vacations employees celebrate being named one of Providence 
Business News’ Best Places To Work.

PHOTO COURTESY 
COLLETTE VACATIONS /

Free travel sets this firm’s training apart

Collette Vacations provides its employees with all of the traditional benefits a worker could ask for, but sets itself apart with travel perks. As part...
QUALITY WORK: Laura Adams, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Quality Institute, came to R.I. in 2001 to help get the Quality Institute off the ground. /

Driven to improve health care quality and delivery

As president and CEO of the Providence-based nonprofit Rhode Island Quality Institute, Laura Adams is well on her way to accomplishing her mission of...
TEAM PLAYER: Tiffany Sy, senior vice president and controller at Bank Rhode Island, credits her success in part to the company’s inclusive nature. /

Afraid of little, certainly not recession’s effects

When Tiffany Sy took on the role of senior vice president and controller of Bank Rhode Island in 2008, she became the youngest person...
WIND POWER: Workers prepare one of the blades for SGE’s on-site wind turbine which, along with new solar panels, will help power the company’s Middletown office building. /

SGE finds opportunity blowing in the wind

Some companies fold under pressure, others thrive. Middletown-based civil engineering company SGE is an example of the latter. The company has followed market opportunities...
ROOM TO GROW: Gil Lantini, president of Focus Solutions, which has seen its sales grow 248 percent over the past three years. /

Tech firms find opportunity in recession

Most technology companies in Rhode Island have felt the recession, but there are a handful that have experienced tremendous growth during the downturn. And...

Iway completion promises new city street grid

Depending on your perspective, look for traffic in the Downcity and Jewelry District neighborhoods to get better or worse as the relocation of Interstate...
VISION FOR THE FUTURE: Envision Technology Advisors employees, from left: engineer Lauren Sholes, systems engineer Jason Malloney, systems engineer Brent Ouellette, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer Todd Knapp. /

Employees empowered to effect change at Envision

Todd Knapp, the CEO and co-founder of the technology consultancy Envision Technology Advisors LLC, said he was honored and flattered when his employees took...
NO CRISIS HERE: Hinckley Allen & Snyder management has been working to alleviate concerns employees may have. The firm is actively hiring. /

Hinckley focuses on workers’ needs at work, home

Providence-based Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP has been named one of Providence Business News’ Best Places to Work in Rhode Island for the fourth...
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