This week, NHBR editor Jeff Feingold and reporter Bob Sanders discuss the growing impact of the coronavirus on employment in New Hampshire, as well the tough situation both tenants and landlords are finding themselves in as they navigate the state's emergency rules banning evictions.
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NHBR Editor Jeff Feingold and writer Bob Sanders discuss the coronavirus impact on NH unemployment, the trust fund, and the impact that will have on business taxes. And on a positive note, they take a look at how manufacturers in the state are "more-than holding their own."
This week NH Business Review editor Jeff Feingold invites "the boss," NHBR and McLean Communications publisher Ernesto Burden, onto the show to talk about remote working, McLean's approach to remote working during coronavirus social distancing, and general best practices gleaned from a career working with distributed teams.
Writer Susan Geier sits down to talk with NH Business Review editor Jeff Feingold about her recent story for newspaper on the potential economic impact of the coronavirus, from manufacturing to tourism, and how business will deal with possible employee absences due to quarantine measures. Check out the story here.
The NHBR team covers developments in energy storage, including the massive Eversource battery project in western New Hampshire. Also, how are New Hampshire businesses addressing family medical leave, and what implications does current legislation in the Statehouse have for this issue?
New Hampshire Business Review editor Jeff Feingold leads an analysis of key issues affecting New Hampshire businesses this week; including the business and politics of trash and recycling, New Hampshire's growing role in the bio-med industry and shifts in business property taxes in some towns in the state.