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March 2015

New Hampshire runs on coffee and that caffeine addiction has quite the economic impact. This issue also covers manufacturing, an update on staffing firms, early childhood education and much more. Purchase your copy or begin the year with a subscription to BNH today.

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May 27, 2015
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As the days get longer and warmer, many of us feel the need to clean out the clutter and thoroughly cleanse our environs. But chemical-laden cleaners aren't the answer. Read about alternatives here.

While NH manufacturers are perfectly poised for growth, they can't grow without overcoming a major hurdle–the shortage of skilled labor. Read the story here.

The laws granting women and men job-protected time off to care for their new infants keep changing. This article preps business managers and HR executives to stay within the law. Click here.

A Peterborough groomer teaches others how to holistically groom people's pets. She's among the few holistic groomer schools nationwide. Find out more by reading the story.

Editor Matt Mowry Gives A Sneak Peak Into The Upcoming April Issue In This Edition Of Your BNH Minute. Highlights include Haute Kitchens, Immigrant Economics, Hawg Heaven and more!

How Executive Action on Immigration May Affect Your Business: An exclusive piece by Attorney Nathan Warecki. Click here for the story.

BNH Editor Matthew Mowry Interviews The Head of The Made in NH Expo on the Upcoming April Show – www.EventsNH.com

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Sanctuary Care

Today's aging population is creating a need for places that specialize in Alzheimer's care. For the story, click here.

Desperately Seeking Help
by Rebecca Mahoney

Manufacturers can’t find enough workers to grow.

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Census Bureau Estimates Fastest Growing NH Counties

You may find some surprises.

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One Warm Day
by KRISTYN LAK MILLER

And the mind starts considering spring cleaning.

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Move Over GPS
by Cory von Wallenstein

Get ready for indoor location.

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Are Your Managers Your Bottlenecks?
by JOAKIM AHLSTROM

That may be why you are not seeing improvement.

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Equal Time for Dad?
by James P. Reidy and Karen Whitley

While hospitals continue to use identical iconic blue and pink striped blankets to wrap newborns, the laws granting women and men job-protected time off to care for those babies keep changing.

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A Leadership Challenge
by JOAKIM AHLSTROM

To survive, your organization must adapt to change and continuously improve.

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