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Embrace disruptive innovation

Maria Ducharme | The Miriam Hospital president I was drawn to health care as far back as when I was a teen volunteering at a...

HR comes knocking after D.C. riot

Can you be fired for joining a violent mob that storms the Capitol? Of course you can. Among the jarring images of white insurrectionists who broke...
AN INCLUSIVE GROUP: Panelists take part in the virtual Diversity & Inclusion Summit on Dec. 10. Clockwise from top left are Kevin Matta, director of client engagement and inclusion for Advancing Workplace Excellence; Kevin Nerney, executive director of the Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Council; Lisa Ranglin, founder, CEO and president of the Rhode Island Black Business Association; Neil D. Steinberg, CEO and president of the Rhode Island Foundation; and Steve Sublett, senior vice president of CBIZ Benefits & Insurance Services Inc.

Summit panel: Diversity, inclusion efforts have been lacking

Progress toward more diversity and inclusion in the workplace has been slow in Rhode Island, with more of it confined to plans on paper...

Tik Tok is upending workplace policies

As the Thanksgiving holiday was winding down, a medical center in Salem, Ore., found itself in the middle of a frothing social media mess....

The overlooked part of gender pay gap

That women are paid less than male colleagues is a stubborn fact in the U.S. ­workplace. As of July, women earned 84 cents for every...

Bryant University helps people stay connected through a health crisis

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards 2020 | 500-1,499 EMPLOYEES 2. Bryant University | Ross Gittell, President | Number of employees: 692 IN ADDITION TO...

Hard choices ahead for working parents

Millions of American families are finding themselves in a jam, with their jobs requiring them to return to work on-site and plans from their...
PANELISTS participating in Providence Business News' virtual summit on getting back to business address the issues that employees and employers face in their return to the workplace as COVID-19 dissipates.

PBN summit: Communication, transparency, goodwill key to reopening workplaces

Reopening workplaces as states allow it and as COVID-19 fades will be a delicate process heavily dependent on expert guidance, excellent communications and transparency...
FIXER-UPPER: Upon arriving at Providence Children’s Museum in 2017, Associate Director Jennifer Bose quickly took action to help upgrade several operating systems in order to get the museum up to date. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Bose’s creativity, leadership at Providence Children’s Museum on full display

C-SUITE AWARDS 2020 RISING STAR: Jennifer Bose | Providence Children’s Museum JENNIFER BOSE had never visited a museum when she chose to major in art...
ADDED BENEFIT: Luis Melo, a chef in the campus cafeteria at the Citizens Bank headquarters complex in Johnston, takes pizza out of the oven. The oven is one of several amenities the bank has included at the campus to help retain current employees and recruit new ones. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

In banking industry, tasty perks part of recruitment

Amid record-low unemployment levels, competition posed by Boston and New York, and a rapidly aging workforce, Rhode Island financial institutions are searching for the...

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