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Business Advice

Five employment law topics on the radar in 2015

State changes include Paycheck Fairness Act and employee social media accounts

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Top Stories

New Hampshire disappoints in employee engagement survey

2012 survey placed Granite State 48th in nation

Natural gas continues to fuel Unitil profits

Utility says it ended 2014 with a 14 percent income hike

House panel grapples with the definition of ‘employee’

Bill seeks to loosen rules on home-based workers

Bankruptcy trustee opposes GTAT exec bonus bid

Filing criticizes firm for wanting to reward people who ‘devised and pursued’ failed Apple deal

W.S. Badger files as a New Hampshire B corporation

Skin care products company becomes one of first under new state law

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Events and awards

Outstanding Women in Business

Presented with Eastern Bank, these awards celebrate the success and achievements of women across the state’s diverse business community.

Please join us on Tuesday, February 10 at the Manchester Country Club to celebrate this year's recipients.

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BOB Awards

The BOB Awards recognize the best business-to-business companies in New Hampshire in nearly 100 categories, as voted on annually by NHBR readers.

Vote now through January 31, 2015.

Join us for a special Wild West-themed event to celebrate this year's winners on Thursday, March 5 in Concord.

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Workplace Excellence Awards

NHBR will be partnering with Best Companies Group to survey and select the best companies in New Hampshire for our first ever Workplace Excellence Awards.

Get your assessment now through May 29, 2015.

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People

Q&A with international development expert Tina Hager

‘Each country has its own set of cultural rules and you need to respect and adhere to that. In order to work in countries you need to have a good knowledge of the culture, and that’s what we’re really good at,’ says Tina Hager of Lyndeborough-based Emissary Transition Group.

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Opinion

Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life

He excelled in all areas in which he was involved

Republicans’ legislative priorities for 2015

We are committed to improving our state’s business climate

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NHBR Poll

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