NH employers may get warning instead ...

NH employers may get warning instead of fine

There are 1 comment on the Canadian Business Magazine story from Jul 31, 2011, titled NH employers may get warning instead of fine. In it, Canadian Business Magazine reports that:

Three years ago, Tom Boucher negotiated $242,000 in proposed fines for violating New Hampshire's labor laws at his restaurants down to $15,000, but he might have just gotten by with a warning under a law taking effect in two weeks.

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Kansas City, MO

#1 Jul 31, 2011
He must be a democrat. This is what's wrong with the laws.

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