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WORK-FOCUSED: Panelists lead a discussion at Providence Business News’ 2023 Workforce Development Summit on Feb. 16. The panel included, from left, Julie Matthew, Nina Pande, Bill Schmiedeknecht, Doug Sherman and Matthew Weldon. 

Panel: Offering flexible workplace is now a must

From an employer perspective, the labor market may appear to be in poor shape as many fear the U.S. is nearing, or is already...
THE PANEL at Providence Business News' 2023 Workforce Development Summit on Thursday includes, from left, Julie Matthew, Amgen Inc. manufacturing director; Nina Pande, Skills for Rhode Island's Future executive director; Bill Schmiedeknecht, Lifespan Corp. interim senior vice president of human resources and chief human resources officer; Doug Sherman, New England Institute of Technology senior vice president and provost; and Matthew Weldon, R.I. Department of Labor and Training director. Moderating is PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing at right. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN Summit: ‘Human capital is your single greatest investment’ for a...

PROVIDENCE – As Rhode Island’s largest private employer, Lifespan Corp. hires about 100 new employees each month.  While that’s an improvement on earlier COVID-19-induced hiring...

Amgen to buy Horizon Therapeutics in $26.4B deal 

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (AP) – Amgen Inc. is spending more than $26 billion to dive deeper into rare disease treatments with a deal for...
TEAMWORK: From left, Amgen Rhode Island manufacturing associate Alexandra Marzilli, senior associates Matt Miller, Jie Wen Yang and Kate Boucher, and Front Line Manager Marissa Burke work together in a section of the company’s new West Greenwich plant that employs single-use technology to manufacture drug substances.

Amgen strives to find, groom new talent through various avenues

PBN Manufacturing Awards 2022 EXCELLENCE IN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTIVITY: Amgen Rhode Island AS ONE OF THE LARGEST manufacturing companies in the state, Amgen Inc. has a...
KEVIN MATTA, board vice president for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals and Amos House’s chief human resources and diversity officer, is the 2022 Diversity Champion for Providence Business News' Diversity & Inclusion Awards program. / COURTESY KEVIN MATTA

Matta among 16 honorees for PBN’s 2022 Diversity & Inclusion Awards

PROVIDENCE – Kevin Matta, board vice president for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals and Amos House’s chief human resources and diversity officer, is among 16...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 13 honorees for its annual Manufacturing Awards program.

Cooley Group’s Dwight among 13 honorees for PBN’s 2022 Manufacturing Awards

PROVIDENCE – Daniel Dwight, CEO and president of Pawtucket-based coated fabric manufacturer Cooley Group, has been named the 2022 Strategic Leadership Award winner for...

Five Questions With: Brian Britson

Brian Britson is vice president of site operations at Amgen Rhode Island. After helping to launch the company 20 years ago, Briston spent time...

RI Bio announces new advisory council member

PROVIDENCE – RI Bio has added another member to its Life Science Advisors Council. The life sciences trade group announced that James Pierce, an executive...

Amgen breaks ground on $550M plant in North Carolina

PROVIDENCE – Drug manufacturer Amgen Inc., which has a biomanufacturing facility in West Greenwich, has broken ground on a new biomanufacturing plant in Holly...
PROUD DISPLAY: Amgen Inc. employees hold the progress pride flag, a variant of the pride flag, or the rainbow flag, a symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer pride, which flies overhead on the center flag pole at the company’s West Greenwich campus.  COURTESY AMGEN INC.

Inclusive culture yields best teams, solutions

PBN Diversity and Inclusion Awards 2021 Manufacturing: Amgen Inc. After several years at Amgen Inc.’s Woburn, Mass., facility, Dania Gonzalez-Guzman joined the leadership team of...
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