New Resource: Safe Operations During A Pandemic (Checklist)
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Governor Sununu: Automotive Sales and Service are Essential
Tonight, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order #17, the “Stay at Home” order which spells out which businesses are considered essential. The full order can be found here and the list of essential businesses can be found here.Read More
Gov. Sununu Announces a “stay at home” order
NHADA does not have the written order in hand so it is unclear the exact impact on NH’s motor vehicle sales and service businesses. Gov. Sununu has indicated that the order closely follows the Massachusetts advisory. This is positive news as both sales and service continue to operate in Massachusetts.Read More
Senate Passes Phase 3 Coronavirus Response
[This Update Directly Sourced From NADA]Read More
Workers’ Comp Challenges and Solutions During the COVID 19 Crisis
The current situation with the country’s fight against COVID 19 has caused some roadblocks in our usual processes for the assistance and care of an injured worker but the NHADA WCT Team wants to assure you we are working on these challenges and coming up with solutions during this difficult time.Read More
Unpacking The $2 Stimulus Package: Key Components
Earlier this morning, the White House and Congress struck a deal which amounts to the largest relief package in American history.Read More
NHADA Offices Begin Remote Working
Beginning this morning, Monday, March 23rd, NHADA will begin remote operations. Except for pickup of some Product orders, our physical office at 507 South Street in Bow will not be open to the public.Read More
File for Unemployment/Workforce Connect
The Workforce Connect is a gateway for accessing a complete set of employment tools, filing for unemployment benefits and much more.
Governor Sununu Updates
Information for Businesses
CDC: Overview of Information
CDC: Situation Updates
Wipfli CPAs and Consultants: Resource Index
The tax payment deadline has been extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, for some — but not all — individuals and corporations.
Cash flow management is a critical part of running a business. And in times of uncertainty, it’s the difference between surviving and failing.
The three technology components you need to set up a virtual office are high-speed internet, VOIP and cloud computing capabilities.
Your business is likely to face some kind of crisis. Here are five steps you can take to lift morale and usher your workers through a period of great stress.
Cyber criminals are trying to play on coronavirus fears by sending out fake emails to trick people into downloading malicious software. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Are your phone, IM, video calling and meeting systems all separate from one another? Here’s how a cloud based phone system brings each element into one place.
The right cybersecurity practices can help make sure that your sensitive information stays safe while your employees are working from home.
Coronavirus tax relief is on everyone’s mind. Here’s what the U.S. federal government is doing to help businesses and individuals impacted by COVID-19.
Are you prepared to handle a COVID-19 outbreak at work? This checklist will help you establish or update your emergency preparedness plans for operations and staff.
Managers often dread talking to employees about performance problems, promotion denials, layoffs or other unpleasant topics — especially when your employees work remotely.
Six tips to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your online meetings.
The 36-Point Checklist You Need If You Are
Mandated to Close Your Dealership Doors
Mandated to Close Your Dealership Doors
[Courtesy of automotiveMastermind]
With the current state of the automotive industry evolving by the hour, more and more dealers find themselves in the unfortunate situation where the government is mandating the temporary closing or partial shutdown of their businesses. Read more