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LABOR TALKS: Matthew Weldon, second from right, director of the R.I. Department of Labor and Training, speaks during a panel discussion at Providence Business News’ Workforce Development Summit in Providence on Feb. 15. Also on the panel are, from left, Lindsey Brickle, director of workforce and community partnerships at Polaris MEP; Julie Matthew, manufacturing director of Amgen Inc. in Rhode Island; Ara Millette, director of talent acquisition and workforce development at Lifespan Corp.; Nina Pande, executive director of Skills for Rhode Island’s Future; and Douglas Sherman, senior vice president and provost at the New England Institute of Technology. PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing at right, moderates. 
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Panel: Adaptability is key in today’s job market

Though Rhode Island’s job numbers have largely rebounded to pre-COVID-19 levels, Matthew Weldon, director of the R.I. Department of Labor and Training, doesn’t exactly...
MATTHEW WELDON, second from right, director of the R.I. Department of Labor and Training, speaks during a panel discussion at Providence Business News' Workforce Development Summit in Providence on Thursday. Also on the panel are, from left, Lindsey Brickle, director of workforce and community partnerships at Polaris MEP; Julie Matthew, manufacturing director of Amgen Inc. in Rhode Island; Ara Millette, director of talent acquisition and workforce development at Lifespan Corp.; Nina Pande, executive director of Skills for Rhode Island’s Future; and Douglas Sherman, senior vice president and provost at the New England Institute of Technology. PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing at right, moderated. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN workforce summit: Flexibility ‘the best asset you can have at...

PROVIDENCE – With Rhode Island now having regained more than 90% of jobs lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic, employers may feel that the...
HELP ON THE WAY? Nurses Leah Kosteva, foreground, and Mary O’Reilly prep a room at Rhode Island Hospital. The state has reentered the Nurse Licensure Compact, which would allow nurses to work in multiple states without obtaining a new nursing license in each of those states. Joining the compact may assist the recruitment of nurses to Rhode Island. 
COURTESY ­LIFESPAN CORP./WILLIAM MURPHY

R.I. reenters Nurse Licensure Compact to stave off potential hospital staff...

After seeing what the shortage of health care workers did to Rhode Island hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic, the state decided to reenter the...
THE CLASS OF 2023 honorees pose Thursday during Providence Business News' 40 Under Forty Awards event at Aldrich Mansion in Warwick. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Young professionals honored during PBN’s 40 Under Forty event

WARWICK – Forty young business professionals were honored Thursday for their efforts in the workplace and community at Providence Business News’ 19th annual 40...

Ara Millette

PBN 40 Under Forty 2023 Awards Ara Millette | 37 | Director of talent acquisition, Lifespan Corp. What have been the most significant changes...

Rhode Island rejoins multistate nurse licensure compact

PROVIDENCE – Following a six-year pause, Rhode Island has opted back into a shared licensure program that allows nurses to practice throughout most of...

PBN announces 2023 40 Under Forty honorees

PROVIDENCE – Forty young professionals have been chosen as the winners of Providence Business News’ 19th annual 40 Under Forty program. The honorees were selected...
DETERMINED: Community College of Rhode Island graduate David Mota is interviewing for a position as a vascular intervention radiographer at Rhode Island Hospital. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Health care students charging into action

David Mota puts his phone away to eliminate the temptation to touch it before he slips into a medical gown. Positioning his goggles just...
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