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GOING SOLAR: Coastline EAP/Rhode Island Student Assistance Services employees watch the recent solar eclipse event. 
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Coastline EAP / Rhode Island Student Assistance Services

Best Places to Work 2024 Awards MIDSIZE COMPANIES #15. Coastline EAP/ Rhode Island Student Assistance Services Employees in R.I.: 98 CEO: Sarah Dinklage Questions answered by Kelly Wishart,...
TALKING POINT: State Rep. Scott A. Slater, second from left, speaks during one of the panel discussions at Providence Business News’ The Business of Cannabis Summit on Sept. 7. Also participating was, from left, Kelly Wishart, chief operating officer of Coastline EAP; Drew Richards, director of Marcum LLP; Benjamin Rackliffe, partner at Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara LLC; and Kristyn M. Glennon, first vice president and Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering officer of BayCoast Bank. 
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Workplace still a place of confusion on cannabis

Both employers and employees have continued to grapple with the role of cannabis in the workplace as Rhode Island’s recreational market continues to develop. “We’ve...
STATE REP. SCOTT A. SLATER, second from left, speaks during one of the panel discussions at Providence Business News’ 2023 Business of Cannabis Summit at the Providence Marriott on Thursday morning. Also on the panel, from left, is and Kelly Wishart, chief operating officer of Coastline EAP/RISAS; Drew Richards, director of Marcum LLP; Benjamin Rackliffe, partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux and O’Gara LLC; and Kristyn M. Glennon, first vice president and Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering officer of BayCoast Bank. The discussion was moderated by PBN Editor Michael Mello, far right. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit: Cannabis sector ‘a struggle’ but making progress

PROVIDENCE – As the R.I. Cannabis Control Commission takes the next several months to draw up the state's crucial first set of regulations on...
LAYING DOWN THE LAW: State Sen. Joshua Miller, D-Cranston, second from right, discusses a new Rhode Island law legalizing recreational marijuana use and its retail sales. Also on one of two panels at Providence Business News’ 2022 Business of Cannabis summit on Sept. 15 are, from left, Matthew Santacroce, R.I. Department of Business Regulation interim director; and Benjamin L. Rackliffe, a partner at Pannone Lopes Devereaux and O’Gara LLC.
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How to control cannabis in workplace remains tricky

The newly legalized status of recreational cannabis is causing a stir among some Rhode Island employers that are wrestling with developing workplace policies and...

PBN summit: R.I. cannabis industry to face interstate competition, but ‘we’re...

WARWICK – By the end of the year, Rhode Island officials expect seven retail outlets will have begun selling recreational cannabis, said Matthew Santacroce,...
ON DECK: Employees for Coastline EAP/Rhode Island Student Assistance Services sit on a deck of a local restaurant catching fresh air. / COURTESY COASTLINE EAP

Coastline EAP/Rhode Island Student Assistance Services

PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Midsize Company 14. Coastline EAP/Rhode Island Student Assistance Services Employees in R.I.: 92 CEO: Sarah Dinklage Questions answered by:Chief Operating Officer Kelly...
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