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EXPERT INSIGHT: Providence Business News Editor Michael Mello, right, moderates a discussion among PBN Workforce Development Summit panelists, from left, Lisa Abbot, Steve Duvel, Nina Pande, Doug Sherman and Matthew Weldon. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit panel: Companies need to fine-tune their perks

In today’s job market, companies that hold strictly to pre-pandemic work expectations, such as rigid schedules and full-time office hours, tend to struggle to...

Business leaders encourage flexibility, creativity to meet workforce needs

PROVIDENCE — With employers in nearly every industry reporting recruitment and retention as among their largest challenges – if not the largest – employers...
Nina Pande founded Providence-based Skills for Rhode Island’s Future in 2016. The nonprofit is dedicated to closing the state’s workforce skills gap. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Hiring? Embrace the nontraditional

Nina Pande | Skills for Rhode Island’s Future executive director Diversity, inclusion and work-life balance are business-critical imperatives that will continue shaping hiring practices as...
STRATEGIC PLANNING: Skills for Rhode Island’s Future staff members, from left foreground clockwise, Vianka Brito, work readiness coach; Tracy Duffaut, director of engagement; Nina Pande, executive director; Roanderson Servino, work readiness coach; and Christopher Abreu, program director, meet at the nonprofit’s Providence office. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Skills for Rhode Island’s Future intentionally building inclusive work environment

PBN Diversity and Inclusion Awards 2021 Editor’s Choice – Community Impact Award: Skills for Rhode Island’s Future Nina Pande, executive director of Skills for Rhode...
FUTURE WORKFORCE? Rhode Island high school students participating in a career pathway program for offshore wind jobs ride in a boat circling a Block Island Wind Farm turbine. /  COURTESY LUCKY DAWG PHOTOGRAPHY/DOUG LEARNED

A reversal of fortune on jobs front

WORKFORCE After working for years to create new jobs in Rhode Island, state labor officials have been faced with an unusual problem recently. In some...

High school internships offer employers advantages

There has never been a better time for employers to recruit and develop a broader, more diverse talent pool than now. The new reality...
TRAINING HUB: Jennifer Menard, left, interim vice president of economic and business development at Bristol Community College, and Laura Douglas, college president, stand outside the future home of the school’s National Offshore Wind Institute on the New Bedford waterfront. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Unchartered training: How does region build workforce for new wind sector?

Toiling hundreds of feet above the open ocean, sometimes amid stormy weather and battering waves, technicians in the offshore wind industry need not only...

Governor’s panel tackles workforce issues

PROVIDENCE – Issues associated with Rhode Island's workforce were discussed during Gov. Daniel J. McKee's weekly R.I. 2030: Community Conversations event on Thursday. A panel...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION, with the support of the Economic Progress Institute and the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council, is launching a new initiative to develop recommendations on how the state can spend the federal stimulus it is expected to receive from the American Rescue Plan Act. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

R.I. Foundation launches initiative to develop recommendations for state on stimulus...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation announced Wednesday that, with the support of the Economic Progress Institute and the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council,...
IT’S PAID OFF: Rida Jawed, left, a 2020 Lincoln High School graduate, participated in PrepareRI’s Summer Internship program for two summers. The first year, she served as a paid social media intern for Dr. Day Care in Smithfield with fellow student intern Kenzi Gilmore, right. 
COURTESY REBECCA COMPTON

Crisis not holding back R.I. internship initiative

Rida Jawed’s summer job was not the standard summer-before-college gig. Rather than slinging burgers or lifeguarding at a community pool, the 19-year-old Lincoln High School...

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