Publication to help employers “sell” the region to prospective employees
“Human resources professionals tell us that they’re increasingly having to ‘sell’ potential employees not just the positions they’re trying to fill, but also the communities and regions in which the jobs are located,” Stay Work Play Executive Director Will Stewart said.
“An Insider’s Guide to Greater Nashua” is the fourth of several regional guides Stay Work Play is publishing to help New Hampshire employers to do just that. The regional guides for Greater Manchester, Greater Concord and the Lakes Region have already been published. These and future guides will be made available, free of charge, for employers to use as a talent attraction tool to showcase what makes their respective regions unique — from independent shops, restaurants, breweries, and dog parks to cultural venues and other entertainment and recreation options.
The Greater Nashua guide was curated by Stay Work Play intern Julia Denaro. As a senior at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester campus majoring in Professional and Technical Communications, Denaro said working on the guide was a wonderful experience.
“Even though I was born, raised, and still live in the state of New Hampshire, it was amazing to discover the many places in the Greater Nashua region that I have never heard of. Researching Nashua’s diverse range of music, art, innovation, food, and events, as well as the culture of the surrounding towns that bring out the best of New Hampshire tradition, was an enriching experience that everyone in, and visiting, the state should check out through this Regional Insider’s Guide.”
“An Insider’s Guide to Greater Nashua” can be downloaded at stayworkplay.org/insider. The regions to be explored in future guide publications include Greater Salem, the Monadnock Region, the Seacoast, the Upper Valley, and the White Mountains and Great North Woods.
About Stay Work Play
Stay Work Play New Hampshire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is “to attract and retain more young people in New Hampshire.” Learn more at stayworkplay.org.