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Human Resources
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Before there was FM Global, there were four separate insurance companies. But 1999 changed all that. That was the year those companies and their jointly owned engineering and research affiliate merged. And it was Enzo Rebula’s job to make it work. more
Does your company require a criminal background check for new employees? Yes 63.6% No 36.4%   Does your company conduct a credit check for new employees? Yes 27.3% No 72.7%   … more
If a company wants its brand to stand out from the competition, differentiating it from its competitors is the place to start. Subaru has done this more successfully than most. Its customers give new meaning to brand loyalty. Many are passionate or … more
What is your company's top concern when it comes to staffing? Identifying qualified applicants 45.4% Retaining employees long-term 27.3% Attracting top talent 18.2% Motivating current staff 9.1% … more
In 1788, Edward Gibbon set forth in his famous multivolume work, "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," his ideas about why that great civilization withered and died. Surprisingly, it involves moral decay, both societal and individual, just as much … more
WARWICK – With many changes recently in the legal landscape of marijuana use, the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association is hosting "Marijuana in the Workplace – A Discussion with Experts" to help employers understand recent laws and rulings and … more
Free snacks in the workplace? A dream come true, or just another way of keeping employees tied to the office and their desks all day long? more
Saying the health care organization “is in the midst of challenging times,” the president and CEO of Care New England said restructuring efforts will continue and nonunion employees will be laid off. more
Mercer, the world’s largest human resources consulting firm, will make, for the first time in Providence, a presentation on its Annual National Healthcare Survey of Employer Sponsored Health Plans. more
Bank of America Corp. awarded CEO Brian T. Moynihan $20 million for his work last year, raising his compensation 25 percent. more
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