November-2 2012

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Health Innovator Award: Merchants Auto Group

Health Innovator Award: Merchants Auto Group

For its commitment to creating a culture of health through its unique wellness programs for employees, Merchants Auto Group has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the latest Health Innovator Award recipient.
Health Innovator Award: Eptam Plastics Inc.

Health Innovator Award: Eptam Plastics Inc.

For its forward-thinking in finding innovative ways to keep its employees healthy, Eptam Plastics, Inc., has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the most recent Health Innovator Award honoree.
Health Innovator Award: Green Mountain Communications

Health Innovator Award: Green Mountain Communications

For involving employees in the development of health and wellness-centered programs in the workplace, Green Mountain Communications has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the latest recipient of the Health Innovator Award.

Future construction deals increase from 2011 in N.H.

GTAT reports settlement of trade secret suit

Carsey report: Young workers hit hardest by underemployment

Bottomline earnings cloud has a silver lining

N.H. poverty rate lowest in nation, but it's rising

Further delay seen in foreclosure settlement funding approval

'Promising' foreclosure trend reported in N.H.

Participants sought for financial literacy forum

N.H. retailers band together for a 'buy local' Christmas

12 honored at 10th NHBR Business Excellence Awards

11 New Hampshire businesses file for bankruptcy in October

Hospitals, other providers withhold participation in Medicaid managed care program, putting state in a bind

Has the L3C's time come?

New low-profit limited liability corporation is a nonprofit/for-profit hybrid

Has the housing market really hit bottom?

Assuming that housing is at the latter end of its correction means buying now might yield returns of 20 to 30 percent or even more over the next seven to 10 years

Let's get LCHIP back on track

We expect the next Legislature and governor to stand with New Hampshire people of every political stripe in supporting the program and its dedicated source of funding

George McGovern: The greatest man I ever knew

Joe Grandmaison told me, ‘George McGovern will never disappoint you as a human being.’ He was absolutely correct

Reducing national debt should be a top priority

It will take teamwork to find middle ground, combine ideas and not let perfection stand in the way of good solutions

Lock the door on for-profit prison plan

Turning over management of state’s facilities would be an unnecessary mistake
To friend or not to friend?

To friend or not to friend?

Separating your personal and professional lives in a Facebook world
John Durkin and today's politics

John Durkin and today's politics

Remembering a singular politician and evaluating some questionable advertising
Lease arrangements in a 'tenant's market'

Lease arrangements in a 'tenant's market'

Measuring the strength of your brand

Measuring the strength of your brand

Branding is an ongoing effort that must be consistently monitored, evaluated and realigned
Overworked employees have a bottom-line cost

Overworked employees have a bottom-line cost

Your people may not die on the job as they burn out, but the mistakes they make in their fatigued state are costing far more than you might imagine
One more lesson from the 2012 Sox

One more lesson from the 2012 Sox

The team’s dysfunctional culture starts at the top
Addressing the human factors in public/private partnership

Addressing the human factors in public/private partnership

If employees and other stakeholders are not a priority, problems are guaranteed to arise
Do your managers recognize and avoid instances of retaliation?

Do your managers recognize and avoid instances of retaliation?

Employee claims of retaliation have been on the rise in recent years

Court decision shakes the rehab tax credits world

Historic Boardwalk decision casts a shadow over the syndication industry
Q&A with Campaign finance reformer John Rauh

Q&A with Campaign finance reformer John Rauh

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