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PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 69 honorees for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program.

PBN announces 2022 Best Places to Work honorees

PROVIDENCE – Sixty-nine honorees have been named by Providence Business News for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program. Each of the companies and...
DEEP IN DISCUSSION: Lawrence E. Wilson, far right, managing director at The Wilson Organization LLC, speaks during a panel talk at Providence Business News’ 2021 Diversity & Inclusion Summit and Awards program at Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Dec. 2. The other panel members are, from left, Dorca M. Paulino, diversity director for the R.I. Judiciary; Peter Rodriguez, executive director/plant manager for Amgen Rhode Island in West Greenwich; Kevin Matta, head of diversity and inclusion for Thielsh Engineering Inc.; and Neil D. Steinberg, CEO and president of the Rhode Island Foundation. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Summit panel: ‘Knock on those CEO doors’ to ensure workplace equity...

Everyone has a role to play in boosting diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace – from rank-and-file employees to the top executives –...
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...
KEVIN MATTA, center of the stage, head of diversity and inclusion for Thielsch Engineering Inc., leads the discussion among panelists at Providence Business News' 2021 Diversity & Inclusion Summit and Award program at Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Thursday. The other panel members are, from left, Dorca M. Paulino, diversity director for the R.I. Judiciary; Peter Rodriquez, executive director/plant manager for Amgen Rhode Island in West Greenwich; Neil D. Steinberg, CEO and president of the Rhode Island Foundation; and Lawrence E. Wilson, managing director at The Wilson Organization. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit: ‘Every conversation is crucial’ in diversity efforts

WARWICK – Top-down leadership, organizational involvement, empathy and persistent efforts are essential to increasing diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, according to business...
CLEAN ENVIRONMENT: An Amgen employee works inside the next-generation biomanufacturing plant built in West Greenwich in 2020. / COURTESY AMGEN RHODE ISLAND/AL WEEMS

Building on the promise of biotech

TECHNOLOGY With help from companies ranging from global corporations to local startups, Rhode Island has had its share of victories in the biotech sector in...
Brian Britson

Brian Britson

Brian Britson not only took over the lead position at Amgen Rhode Island in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in August 2020, but...

Claudia Scotti

2021 40 Under Forty Awards Claudia Scotti | 38 | Manager, Supply Chain Procurement, Amgen Rhode Island What was your first job? I was an...
COMMUNITY HEALTH: Whether at the Amgen Rhode Island site in West Greenwich or working at home, Amgen staff are upholding the company’s mission to serve every patient. / COURTESY AMGEN RHODE ISLAND

Amgen Rhode Island

PBN Best Places to Work Awards 2021 Enterprise Companies #2. Amgen Rhode Island Employees in R.I.: 903 Rhode Island Vice President of Operations Brian Britson Questions answered by...

PBN announces 2021 Best Places to Work honorees

PROVIDENCE – Seventy-two honorees have been named by Providence Business News for its 2021 Best Places to Work Awards program. Each of the companies and...
PRODUCT TEST: Amanda Jamieson, left, assistant professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at Brown University, holds plaque assays of GC Ink, a graphene ink developed by Graphene Composites USA Inc. that is believed to kill viruses when applied to surfaces. Brown researchers, including Delia Demers, center, and Meredith Crane, are testing the product thanks to a grant GC received from the R.I. Commerce Corp.’s Innovation Voucher Program. / COURTESY GREG SERPA

Where is Commerce headed? McKee may give R.I. agency new direction...

Amid the upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic last June, Daniel J. McKee appeared frustrated. McKee, then Rhode Island’s lieutenant governor, took the unusual step of...

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