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Apr
9
With two new Massachusetts employment laws going into effect this year, now is a good time for MA employers to look at their Employee Handbooks to see if any revisions may be necessary.
Apr
4
The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (the “PWFA”) amends current Massachusetts discrimination in employment law, effective April 1, 2018, to expressly prohibit employment discrimination based on pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, as generally…
Mar
30
Recently in legal news, a corporation won an employment suit over call center employees not entitled to premium pay. Why did they not receive time-and-a-half for working on a Sunday? We explain the limitations of clause 50 of G.L.c. 136 §6...
Mar
9
The Massachusetts Attorney General recently issued its much awaited guidance for compliance with the updated provisions of the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (“MEPA”).
Mar
2
The remarkable and persistent resonance of the Me Too movement has left several burning questions in its wake. The undeniable validity and necessity of the progress associated with the movement has also left business leaders scrambling to prepare for and deal …
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