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FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR, CVS Health received a perfect score in the Disability Equality Index, one of 91 companies to receive that grade for their efforts to be inclusive and supportive of employees with disabilities.

CVS again among top companies for support of disabled employees

WOONSOCKET – CVS Health Corp. is the only Rhode Island-based company to earn top marks in the Disability Equality Index, a measure of recognition...
IT IS NOT CLEAR WHY, but despite rising employment and a growth in the labor force, wages in the United States are not climbing at the rate that many think it should. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO

Opinion: Emotions and economics explain stagnant wages

NEW YORK – The labor market appears to be quite strong, judging by June’s unemployment figures. The rate ticked up in June to 4...
HEALTHY ECONOMY: Joyce Lancellotti, left, division director of the Providence office of Robert Half Management Resources, speaks with Cassandra Iasiello, recruiting manager. Lancellotti said companies were reluctant to organize corporate outings during the past decade due to the cost and the economic instability of the Great Recession, but those attitudes are changing now that the economy is healthier. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. officials confident corporate outings will increase this summer

Eighty percent of 2,200 chief financial officers queried across 20 major U.S. metropolitan areas report their firms do not offer an annual corporate outing...
MICHAEL J. YELNOSKY, who has served as Roger Williams University School of Law dean for four years to the week, along with public sector union leaders and other academics, comments on the local impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 27 ruling in Janus vs. AFSCME Council 31. PBN FILE PHOTO / COURTESY JULIE BRIGIDI/OGGI PHOTOGRAPHY

In ‘insulated’ R.I., unions seen surviving court ruling

Paul A. Doughty, Local 799 Providence Firefighters union president, says he’s not concerned about possible membership drops or financial woes after a June 27...

Feeling fit

Are you a member of a fitness center/club? No: 66.67% Yes: 33.33%How often do you exercise at a fitness center? Never: 66.67% Every other day: 33.33% Every day: 0% Once...

Pay-equity fight not over in R.I.

Women earn a median of $43,541 in Rhode Island, ­according to data from the National Partnership for Women & Families, which cited U.S. Census...
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With Jim Vincent

Jim Vincent | President, NAACP Providence Branch1. What is on top of the NAACP Providence Branch agenda? Gentrification in Providence is on the rise,...

CEOs are working harder

What do CEOs do? They go to meetings, mainly. When not in meetings, they spend a lot of time on email.So, CEOs are just...

Fiscally sound

When does your company put together its fiscal year budgets? Spring: 40% Fall: 40% Winter: 20% Summer: 0%Is the budget an aspirational guide to operations or a strict...
THE U.S. SUPREME COURT decision on labor unions' rights to collect fees from nonmembers could negatively impact their ability to negotiate and bargain with municipal and state governments where the practice was previously allowed. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AL DRAGO

Supreme Court ruling on unions expected to reduce bargaining power

PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Wednesday to revoke what is known as “fair share” fees from public-sector union members stands in opporition...
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