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I’ll open this post with a haiku. Because, I feel like we could all use a haiku.

President-Elect
For HR, what will he do?
Not a stinkin’ clue!

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guestblogger.jpgNotwithstanding the lopsided outcome in last night’s game — I’m not saying that the game was over early, but, at halftime, the NFL began preparing their shipments of “Denver Broncos: Super Bowl 48 Champs” apparel to third-world countries — I’m bailing on writing a post. So, today we have a guest blog post at The Employer Handbook. It’s from the folks at Intervisa.

(Want to guest blog on an employment-law topic at The Employer Handbook? Email me).

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guestblogger.jpgToday we have a guest blogger at The Employer Handbook. It’s Emily Neumann. Emily has practiced immigration law in Texas since 2005, representing both employers and immigrants. Neumann writes a blog on immigration law (immigrationgirl.com) and shares updates on Twitter (@immigrationgirl) and her Facebook page to help her clients stay informed of the latest news. She is a partner in Reddy & Neumann, P.C. in Houston and Dallas.

(Want to guest blog on an employment-law topic at The Employer Handbook? Email me).

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guestblogger.jpgToday we have a guest blogger at The Employer Handbook. It’s my colleague, Kristen Repyneck. Kristen is an associate at Dilworth Paxson LLP where she represents clients seeking non-immigrant and immigrant visas through family, employment, and investment, including investment in USCIS certified regional centers under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program.

(Want to guest blog at The Employer Handbook? Email me).

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