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CLOSED HOLIDAYS AND POST CONFERENCE DAYS– 2022 Dates
- January 1 – New Year’s Day
- January 17 – Martin Luther King Day
- February 21 – President’s Day
- May 30 – Memorial Day
- July 4 – Independence Day
- September 5 – Labor Day
- October 10 – Indigenous People’s Day
- November 24, 25 – Thanksgiving
- December 26 – Christmas
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Our history: Strategic HR U.S, first opened its doors in 1983 as Northern New England Law Publishers and served as an information clearinghouse for the human resources community in Maine for over 30 years. In 2022, Strategic HR U.S. was acquired by the Nimble Group and continues to pursue this mission.
We rely on a thriving network of human resources professionals, labor-management attorneys, and workers’ compensation experts for advice, analysis, and ideas. Our goal is to empower HR professionals to foster healthy relations with your employees, thereby avoiding costly workplace conflict and litigation and allowing you to focus your energy on your products and services.
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MEET THE TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
Katie has a deep portfolio in product management, design & content creation, and event production. Passionate about leadership development, she is also a mentor for several organizations…
Communications & Logistics Coordinator
Morgan grew up in Central Maine and spent a summer working in Portland a few years ago. After that summer, she knew that Portland is where she wanted to be once she finished school…
The Pierce Memorial, a statue of three loggers next to the Bangor Public Library: not where you’d expect to find the endpoint of a civil rights demonstration. My father…