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Monier led housing authority from 1988 to 2007

Claira Monier led the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority as executive director from 1988 to 2007, giving her a front-row seat to an unfolding challenge that became a crisis.

Rick Fabrizio

As business and nonprofit enterprises in New Hampshire face an ultra-tight labor market, investing in their best and brightest employees can make the difference in retaining them. The Business & Industry Association’s Emerging Leader Training can give organizations the edge they need.

Rick Fabrizio

Multiple Employer Aggregation Programs make offering retirement benefit easier, more affordable

In today’s ultra-competitive labor market employers need every edge they can find. The ability to offer a 401(k) retirement plan can be the difference in whether a worker joins one company or another.

Rick Fabrizio

The lack of a diversified housing stock with more affordable options for workers remains one of New Hampshire’s biggest challenges, if not its biggest one, and it threatens the Granite State’s economic growth.

Rick Fabrizio

BIA is launching a new technology policy committee as the vast data economy and digital ecosystem continues to grow and support expanding commerce.

Rick Fabrizio

Leaders to be recognized for contributions to New Hampshire at BIA's 108th Annual Dinner and Awards Celebration, presented by Eversource

Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes business leaders who have demonstrated a commitment to leadership in their professions, communities and New Hampshire.

Rick Fabrizio

NHBCA’s new augmented reality app brings art to life, expands access

Rick Fabrizio

BIA’s 108th Annual Dinner, Lifetime Achievement and NH Advantage Awards Celebration presented by Eversource planned for Oct. 20

Event, which draws more than 700 business, political and opinion leaders from around the state and is New Hampshire’s largest and most prestigious business networking event, features presentation of two coveted awards – the Lifetime Achievement and New Hampshire Advantage awards.

Rick Fabrizio

National search continues for new president/CEO

The Business and Industry Association recently announced David Juvet, senior vice president of public policy, will serve as interim president following the departure of longtime President Jim Roche.

Rick Fabrizio

Solid waste disposal is a fact of life and so is the need for landfill capacity in New Hampshire

David Creer

Will lead Maine Bankers Association

Jim Roche, CEO & president of the Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire since 2005, announced his departure from the statewide advocacy group to lead the Maine Bankers Association as its next president

Rick Fabrizio

The executive board of the Business and Industry Association, New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce, added five business leaders to its board Thursday, June 17.

Rick Fabrizio

For employers, there’s a lot of “Do what I say” going on at the State House this legislative session. It’s not based on best practices or trusting employers to do what’s best for employees (their most important asset).

Susannah Chance

The Business and Industry Association is urging New Hampshire House legislators to pass Senate Bill 61, a bill establishing New Hampshire as a “Right to Work” state.

Rick Fabrizio

The Business and Industry Association, New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce and leading business advocate, approved a new slate of officers and board members at the association’s Annual Business Meeting.

Rick Fabrizio

Gov. Chris Sununu will kick off the Business & Industry Association’s second annual New Hampshire Economic Summit, presented by Cambridge Trust, on Thursday, May 13.

Rick Fabrizio

The Business & Industry Association, New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce and leading business advocate, announced the addition of Richard Fabrizio to its staff.

Rick Fabrizio

The PRO Act makes sweeping changes to federal labor laws, essentially rewriting the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947. Supporters say it would bolster collective bargaining rights, but opponents say it dramatically and unfairly tilts the carefully crafted balance between labor and management to unions.

David Juvet

The Executive Board of the Business and Industry Association voted to oppose language included in House Bill 2, the House-passed “trailer” bill of the state budget, relating to the “propagation of divisive concepts.”

David Juvet

The New Hampshire Legislature's delay in passing safe harbor protections against spurious lawsuits related to alleged contraction of COVID-19 in the workplace leaves businesses at risk.

Rick Fabrizio

The Business and Industry Association testified before the Senate Commerce Committee in support of Senate Bill 61, which would make New Hampshire the only “Right to Work” state in the Northeast U.S.

David Juvet

David Juvet

The Business & Industry Association expressed strong opposition to HR 842, the PRO Act, which was cosponsored by Rep. Chris Pappas and Rep. Ann McLane Kuster.

David Juvet

The Business and Industry Association is spearheading an effort to establish a legal safe harbor for New Hampshire employers who have complied with federal and state COVID-19 health and safety guidelines to protect them from unwarranted lawsuits from employees, customers or others who may have contracted the coronavirus and are seeking damages.

David Juvet
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