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Human Resources
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Rhode Island business owners are divided over whether or not the $2.89 tipped minimum wage should be raised. The issue is before the General Assembly in the forms of companion Senate and House bills sponsored by numerous legislators, with … more
Arpin Group Inc., the West Warwick-based moving company, strives to keep its team members focused on adopting healthier lifestyles. With more than a century's worth of experience moving and storing furniture and goods for families, governments and … more
It might surprise you to learn the staff at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island includes two full-time fitness trainers. They work in the fitness center at the health insurer's Providence headquarters, and it's all part of the workplace … more
Hexagon Metrology Inc. is a global enterprise, but the impact of its wellness initiatives is making a difference locally. According to Susan Booth, a registered nurse who is health services manager for the North Kingstown site, 50 percent of the … more
Much like areas of study it offers, diversification is key to Bryant University's employee health and wellness initiative. "We've been really trying to do things that are different, not just the same everyday things," said human resource … more
Megan Fischer is serving as interim executive director of the Providence Children’s Museum following the recent departure of a longtime predecessor, a role succession planning helped cultivate. more
A strengthening economy has allowed some Rhode Island business owners to let down their hair this holiday season and throw more-elaborate company parties, though others continue to seek less-conventional methods of celebration. more
Rhode Island broke ground in 2013 when lawmakers approved a Temporary Caregiver Insurance program with the most expansive employee-disability and family leave benefits in the country. more
A task force made up of six state agencies has established an anonymous tip line to report allegations of misclassification of workers as independent contractors instead of as employees. more
When hiring an employee, a company might choose to create a contract that outlines the expectations, hours, wages, benefits and other terms of employment related to the position. A contract employee might work for a defined period of time, from a few weeks to a few years. more
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