September-5 2014

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Telecommuting: a ‘reasonable accommodation?’

Telecommuting: a ‘reasonable accommodation?’

Under recent court ruling, the possibility is growing
Cartoon for the Week of September 5, 2014

Cartoon for the Week of September 5, 2014

Market Basket walked the corporate culture walk

Organizations talk about the subject all the time, yet rarely do they take the time to actively engage employees
How state’s new social media access law will work

How state’s new social media access law will work

Measure gives employees privacy in their personal email and social media accounts
Do you have a SPiNO on your sales force?

Do you have a SPiNO on your sales force?

A Sales Person in Name Only sells himself and drains your resources
Market Basket’s not alone in bad management

Market Basket’s not alone in bad management

What are the other supermarket chains really doing with their newfound customers?
The future of employment in an automated age

The future of employment in an automated age

Careers subsisting of creativity and human contact will survive and thrive

Why is Gov. Hassan bashing bipartisan tax reforms?

The real problem facing the New Hampshire budget is spending
How businesses can minimize litigation expenses

How businesses can minimize litigation expenses

Getting a handle on costs that can wreak havoc on a company’s budget
The Foley family’s inspirational dignity

The Foley family’s inspirational dignity

As a beacon of faith in a time of horror, they indeed made New Hampshire proud
Q&A with Lorraine Merrill

Q&A with Lorraine Merrill

The local food movement is gaining momentum, says Agriculture Commissioner Lorraine Merrill, making farming a viable career choice for New Hampshirites.

Are students’ cell phones private property?

Live Free or Die Alliance Facebook followers have mixed feelings

Carbon standards will fight pollution, add jobs

There are many benefits to be realized from federal guidelines for power plants
Second-act startups

Second-act startups

A growing number of seniors are indulging their entrepreneurial spirit
Export-Import Bank has fans in N.H.

Export-Import Bank has fans in N.H.

Local companies will lose business if the export credit agency is not renewed
New liaison hired to link UNH with manufacturers

New liaison hired to link UNH with manufacturers

Initiative seeks to boost R&D among small- and medium-sized manufacturers
Standex profits fall, but confidence rises

Standex profits fall, but confidence rises

Acquisition, restructuring costs take a bite out of Q4 earnings
Market Basket wasn't alone when it comes to bad management

Market Basket wasn't alone when it comes to bad management

What are the other supermarket chains really doing with their newfound customers?
N.Y. broadband firm takes a bigger step into N.H. market

N.Y. broadband firm takes a bigger step into N.H. market

FirstLight Fiber acquires G4 Communications to expand in Granite State
Numbers remain spotty in future N.H. construction

Numbers remain spotty in future N.H. construction

Total value of 2014 deals is 10% lower than a year ago
Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rate stays on downward track

Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rate stays on downward track

June numbers show a year-over-year drop of .32%
New Hampshire Housing touts its economic impact

New Hampshire Housing touts its economic impact

Agency says its programs resulted in a $351 million effect
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

$1.8m Nashua land deal, RPF’s statewide contract … and more
Early termination rights in commercial leases

Early termination rights in commercial leases

It’s best to determine an exit strategy before you sign a deal
Report finds big drop in N.H. workers' comp payments

Report finds big drop in N.H. workers' comp payments

20% decrease in cash payouts found from 2008-12
N.H. Coalition for Business and Education is ready for new school year

N.H. Coalition for Business and Education is ready for new school year

Initiative aims to further expand understanding of impact of schools and learning on the economy
Conference makes a case for business mindfulness

Conference makes a case for business mindfulness

Sept. 9 event will focus on improving employee engagement, satisfaction and health
Extreme Networks reports FY ’14 loss

Extreme Networks reports FY ’14 loss

Enterasys acquisition bites into Calif. firm’s earnings
Proponents of anti-workplace bullying bill regroup

Proponents of anti-workplace bullying bill regroup

State Employees Association seeks override of ‘Healthy Workplace Bill’ veto
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