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Jul
19
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens passed away on Tuesday. Justice Stevens served on the Supreme Court for nearly thirty-five years, and over that time, he authored several landmark decisions. Among the most influential decisions authored by Steven…
Jul
1
California is on the verge of being the first US state to ban discrimination on the basis of natural hair styles associated with race. Specifically, the new law will amend the state employment discrimination statute to include “traits historically associ…
Jun
14
Governor Baker’s office issued a further notice today in follow up to this week’s announcement that employee payroll contributions to Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave were being delayed for 3 months. The deadlines for employee notification …
Jun
12
Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave employee contributions delayed for 3 months Employee payroll contributions for Massachusetts PFML, set to begin July 1, 2019, have been delayed. Yesterday, Governor Baker signed a 3 month extension to employee payro…
Jun
11
As Massachusetts employers are no doubt aware, employer obligations under the impending Mass. Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) law are scheduled to go into effect at the end of the month, but there are still many important questions left unanswered.
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