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Twin River Casino union employees, Bally’s extend contract for 2 weeks

LINCOLN – Bally's Corp. and the union representing Twin River Casino workers Thursday agreed to extend their current contract, which was set to expire...
BALLY'S CORP. has agreed to sell the property and buildings of its two Rhode Island Casinos, Twin River Casino in Lincoln and Bally’s Tiverton Casino & Hotel in Tiverton, to Gaming & Leisure Properties Inc. for $1 billion, the Rhode-Island based gaming company announced Tuesday. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.

Twin River Casino workers vote to authorize strike

LINCOLN – Workers at Bally's Twin River Casino voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to authorize a strike. With their current contract set to expire on on July...

Employers dig deeper for workers

Hiring woes continue to plague the state’s hospitality industry. That’s left many employers digging deeper into their own pockets to get through the height...

Nursing homes to get $30M boost

Rhode Island’s nursing home industry has been ravaged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but some financial help appears to be on the way. The state budget...

Performance reviews in post-COVID era

Few office workers seem to like performance reviews, and many seem to outright hate – or fear – them. A 2015 survey of Fortune 1000...

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Does your company currently have open positions? Yes: 60% No: 40% Has the pandemic caused your company problems finding and hiring job candidates? No: 60% Yes: 40% Has your company...

Seven Stars Bakery agrees to recognize union

PROVIDENCE – Seven Stars Bakery has agreed to recognize a union representing employees at all five of its locations, the local café chain told...

Starbucks unionization vote remains uncertain; Seven Stars employees mull organizing

WARWICK – The results of a unionization vote at the Pace Boulevard Starbucks remain uncertain as of Wednesday afternoon, though the count so far...

RWU Law professor: Employers should prepare for overturning of Roe v....

PROVIDENCE – Though abortion access is expected to remain stable in Rhode Island, now is a good time for employers to reinforce reproductive health...
MANY OWNERS: Kristin Allain, director of human resources at Newport Restaurant Group, says the employee-ownership model has allowed the company to weather the difficulties of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Employee-owned firms display their resiliency

Chloe Chassaing had seen the news reports in April 2021 about businesses struggling to find enough people to fill positions, particularly in the hospitality...

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