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Nursing home staffers postpone strike plans after letter from Raimondo

PROVIDENCE – Nursing home staff workers that had committed to an Aug. 5 strike date said they will postpone their strike after receiving a...
DIGGING IN: Members of the CBIZ staff select fruits and vegetables during healthy snack day at the Providence office. From left are Patrick Quinn, CBIZ managing director; John Boyle, audit associate; Jeffrey Christina, intern; Monica Clark, executive assistant; and Annie Campbell, audit associate.
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‘Happier’ surroundings give CBIZ staff a boost

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 2,000-4,999 EMPLOYEES #1: CBIZ Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Jerome P. Grisko Jr., CEO and president Number of employees: 4,722 THE WORKPLACE at...
MORE THAN PEDESTRIAN: South County Health employees, from left, Susan Woodard, Mary Phillips and David Fogerty join co-workers outside South County Hospital in South Kingstown for their regular walk around the campus for exercise.
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South County Health puts its expertise to work for employees

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 500-1,999 EMPLOYEES #1: South County Health CEO (or equivalent): Aaron Robinson, CEO and president Number of employees: 829 SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH’S 829...

Applying new accounting rules in various business situations

  Editor’s note: Part I two weeks ago gave an overview of the new accounting rules and their potential impact on income taxes. Part II...

New financial reporting rules alter timing of revenue recognition

        For accounting purposes, the seller or provider of services in a contract recognizes revenue when the buyer takes control of the good or service....

Begin planning now for new rules on how you report revenue

          New rules for revenue reporting will take effect for all public companies and some nonprofits and employee-benefits plans beginning Dec. 15, 2017, and for...
VIRGIL SOARES, a Butler Hospital unionized employee holds an oversized check calling on Care New England to refund the annual compensation paid to CNE President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis Keefe, Dr. Pat Recupero of Butler Hospital and Constance Howes, formerly of Women & Infants Hospital. / PBN PHOTO / NANCY KIRSCH

Pickets at Care New England facilities will oppose layoffs, executive compensation...

Updated at 4:40 p.m. PROVIDENCE – Blackstone Boulevard traffic on the East Side of Providence slowed to a crawl this afternoon as drivers rubbernecked the...
LIFESPAN CEO Timothy Babineau said, "We have submitted what we think is a very compelling, visionary and fair-minded proposal to Care New England." / COURTESY LIFESPAN

Lifespan proposes merger with Care New England

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan has proposed merging with Care New England, in the latest effort to unite the state’s two largest health systems. “We have submitted...
BUTLER HOSPITAL employees who are members of SEIU District 1199 New England voted, 282 to 2, to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with Butler, a Care New England facility, on April 11. Pictured is Butler Hospital's Riverview Building. / COURTESY BUTLER HOSPITAL

Butler Hospital unionized employees approve new contract

PROVIDENCE – Butler Hospital employees who are members of SEIU District 1199 New England voted, 282 to 2, to approve a new collective bargaining...

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