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THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Labor and Training has reminded employers that the new rules for sick and safe time leave take effect July 1.

DLT reminds employers paid sick and safe time leave takes effect...

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Labor and Training is reminding companies that the Healthy Safe Families and Workplaces Act takes effect July 1,...

Amgen’s focus on its employees’ future a workplace plus

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. ENTERPRISE | Amgen Rhode Island Employees in R.I.: 640 Tia Bush, vice president of site operations The 640 employees at West Greenwich...

Strong company culture supports enterprise success

Even if they don’t use the same terms, each of this year’s category winners in the Best Places To Work program emphasizes the importance...
BREAKFAST BUNCH: Navigant employees enjoy the annual President’s Anniversary Breakfast, in which new hires celebrate their first anniversary during breakfast with Navigant President Gary E. Furtado. From left, back row: Hillary Collings, electronic service operations manager; Jeff Lemos, vice president of human resources; and Kady Rogler, marketing specialist. Foreground: Randy Sacilotto, left, vice president of community development; and Chris Sabbagh, assistant vice president of sales and service. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Navigant uses hiring to build, grow and sustain credit union culture

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. LARGE COMPANIES | Navigant Credit Union Employees in R.I.: 303 President and CEO Gary E. Furtado Smithfield-based Navigant Credit Union leaders know...
BALMY CLIMATE: Edward Jones’ goal is to provide employees the discretion to meet clients’ needs using their own judgment. From left, Barrington office members Amy Gomes and Brenda Novak, senior branch office administrators, and John Leary, financial adviser, regional leader and principal. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Edward Jones nurtures intimate, pleasant work climate

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | Edward Jones Employees in R.I.: 53 John Leary, financial adviser, regional leader and principal Edward Jones’ financial service to...
MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Kathleen Malin, vice president of technology and operations management at the Rhode Island Foundation, has been an enthusiastic and effective mentor ever since receiving strong guidance early in her career. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Effects of Malin’s guidance span decades

Outstanding Mentor | Kathleen Malin, Rhode Island Foundation Kathleen Malin, vice president of technology and operations management at the Rhode Island Foundation, has been...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND has established a new endowed professorship in the College of Business with a $1 million commitment from Fredrick J. Newton III and and Susan Newton. / COURTESY URI

URI receives $1M to create endowed professorship in the College of...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island has established a new endowed professorship for the College of Business with a $1 million commitment...

Josh Varone, PHR, SHRM-CP Joins The Hire’s Advisory Council

We are very excited to have Josh Varone join our Advisory Council at The Hire. Josh brings more than 15 years of Human Resource...

For more than a century, Goodwin-Bradley has taken the road less traveled, says President Robert Goodwin, the third generation of 
the family-owned business to be in charge of the Providence manufacturer. And it has 
yielded positive results. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

People – the greatest challenge and reward

Robert Goodwin | Goodwin-Bradley Pattern Co. president As the current steward of this 106-year-old family business, I am often asked what has been the most...

Good corporate citizenship pays off in multiple ways

What is a good corporate citizen? According to ­Corporate Responsibility Magazine, the good corporate citizen is transparent about its performance across a number of...
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