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Verrill Dana, LLP

Verrill Dana, LLP is one of New England's preeminent regional law firms. With offices in Portland and Augusta, ME; Boston, MA; Westport, CT; Providence, RI; and Washington D.C. Verrill Dana provides sophisticated legal representation to businesses and individuals in the traditional areas of litigation, real estate, business law, labor and employment law, employee benefits, environmental law, intellectual property and estate planning.  The Firm also has industry-focused specialties including higher education, health care and health technology, energy, and timberlands. 

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

That’s right—with the kids jinglebelling and everyone telling you to be of good cheer, we can safely say that the holiday season is here.  In years past, Verrill Dana’s Labor & Employment Practice Group has celebrated by sharing festive labor and employment lessons based on the “Twelve Days of Christmas” and other holiday favorites.  This year, we are excited bring back the tradition.  Over the course of the month, we’ll once again be sharing a series stocking-stuffer tips and tricks for human resource professionals that are inspired by classic songs of the season.

To kick off the festivities, we are offering some tips to consider if your organization is thinking about hiring seasonal workers.  We hope that you enjoy—and stay tuned for more! 

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