Employment / Immigration

Changes to New Hampshire Labor Statutes Take Effect

Governor Chris Sununu recently signed into law Senate Bill 318 (2018).  The bill, which took effect June 25, 2018, makes various changes to New Hampshire’s...

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Compromise Reached on Bill to Narrow Use of Non-Compete Agreements

A committee of conference between House and Senate members has agreed upon a compromise measure to keep a bill alive that would further restrict the...

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Pregnancy Discrimination

Discrimination based on pregnancy is prohibited under both New Hampshire and federal law.  Under New Hampshire law, public employers and private employers with 6 or...

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Timing Is Important with Respect to Employment Actions

A recent decision from the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire is a good reminder that both employers and employees should...

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Variability Reigns – Marijuana in the Workplace

Certainty is a positive trait when it comes to managing a workplace – to protect themselves from unintended liability, Employers need to know the rules...

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