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Management
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What employee benefit is the most popular among staff members? The bank supports and encourages employee community participation and fundraising efforts, leading to more than 85 percent participation in such activities. How do you … more
Does your company require employees to bring their own device? Yes – 10.5% No – 73.7% Only for certain positions – 15.8% Does your organization offer company phones or other devices? … more
In 1994 Healthcentric Advisors was founded with a mission of improving the quality and patient safety of health care provided to Rhode Island's elderly. We embarked on this mission as an advisory and analytical organization contracted to administer … more
In the past 10 years, it's been fascinating to observe the lack of "Internal Service Agreements" between marketing and sales. There seems to be a turf war without clear alignment on objectives, strategies and metrics to measure success. To … more
Recently, a newly hired 23-year-old employee said to me, "in college we're taught if you don't get promoted within two years of taking a job, you won't advance and need to find a new place to work." I was saddened to hear that, as it … more
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, which ranks fifth highest in the nation for quality amongst its peers by NCQA, consistently delivers high-quality, cost-effective health insurance to more than 170,000 Rhode Islanders. Neighborhood's success … more
Employment is on the upside. Employers are actively looking. Offers are getting better. Even so, many find themselves "stuck" where they are with no light at the end of the tunnel. Getting ahead eludes them; knowing how to make things happen isn't … more
People do business with people – not with companies. That is why relationships built on a foundation of trust are so important. Everything starts with trust. Trust is the foundation of a company's reputation and its customer/member value. … more
Like many of my baby boomer peers, I have been thinking lately about my eventual retirement and hoping that the company I have been building for 40 years can endure beyond me. In planning for succession I have come to think differently … more
The best business article I ever read was called "Building Your Company's Vision." The article argued that every great, enduring company had a clearly articulated "Core Ideology" that defined its timeless character. So I asked myself what … more
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