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The holidays will be a little happier for many employees as more than half of senior managers expect year-end bonuses to be higher than last year. Read more here.

"Om" Some organizations are addressing workplace challenges by introducing mindfulness and meditation into their cultures. Take a mental break and read more about it here.

Check out who and what is in the spotlight in New Hampshire in this week's The Buzz Online.

Harassment, workplace violence, cybersecurity and more will be worrying HR professionals in 2018. Read about it here.

A local manufacturer has ditched cows for cashews, producing a variety of vegan cheese products. Learn more here.

The Hooksett Chamber of Commerce recently appointed a new executive director. Learn more about the new leader here.

Is Your Company a Business of the Year? It just might be. Apply today to be considered for this prestigious award. Click here to learn more.

Intriguing Women-Led Businesses Electrical Installations
by SCOTT MURPHY

A profile of Darlene Fritz.

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The Buzz Online

See who and what is in the spotlight.

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Rath, Young and Pignatelli Forms Government Relations Affiliate

Launches RYP Granite Strategies.

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Savings Bank of Walpole to join NH Mutual Bancorp

NHMB President and CEO Samuel L. Laverack announces retirement.

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ABC Chief Economist Predicts Stable 2018 Construction Economy

Nonresidential construction spending expected to increase.

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Huard Named Interim President of Great Bay Community College

Will also remain president of Manchester Community College.

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Investing in Next Wave of Trades Workers and Technology
by SCOTT MURPHY

From plumbing to HVAC, mechanical trades are trying to figure out the worker shortage.

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