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MOVING ON: David Bauerle, chief clerk for University of Rhode Island’s housing and residential life program, has decided to take an early-retirement incentive, in part because of changes to his workplace brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Some decisions to retire triggered by COVID-19

After 36 years of arranging and rearranging student dorm assignments at the University of Rhode Island, David Bauerle was contemplating retirement. Bauerle, chief clerk for...
ADDED BENEFIT: Jacques Afonso, manager of community and customer management with National Grid Rhode Island, speaks with Jennifer Bray, senior program manager for corporate communications. Afonso has taken advantage of National Grid’s partial student-loan repayment benefit to help pay back $60,000 in loans after graduating from Suffolk University in 2009.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Loan repayment helps employers compete

Jacques Afonso, a manager of community and customer management for National Grid Rhode Island, had worked for the utility for almost a decade when...
HELPING HANDS: Erin Flaherty, left, a newly hired nurse at Kent County Memorial Hospital, practices inserting an IV as registered nurse Karen Wholey, middle, and Nurse Director Nicole Hebert offer advice. 
 / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Experienced nurses can be hard to find

For nearly four years, Erin Flaherty worked as a nurse in a Warwick urgent-care clinic. The job was rewarding but offered no chance of...

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