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Nov
14
Most employers have long recognized the risks associated with romantic relationships in the office. Office relationships, particularly the dissolution of office relationships, can lead to sexual harassment claims, retaliation claims and/or an uncomfortable wor…
Nov
6
U.S District Court Magistrate Judge Judith G. Dein, has ruled that personal jurisdiction was present between an employee of New York who worked remotely from her home in Massachusetts.
Oct
23
There’s no requirement to conduct employee performance reviews, but employers can benefit from annual employee reviews if they are properly conducted. An employer can expect to see an increase in efficiency and productivity. The employer should see the…
Oct
17
For the layman party to a lawsuit, perhaps the most shocking part of the ordeal is the sheer length of the process. This is particularly true when a case enters the appellate process. Recently, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) issued …
Oct
10
Massachusetts Superior Court Judge J. Gavin Reardon, has ruled that unpaid wages in and of itself do not amount to constructive discharge. The Complainant, an employee at a sandwich shop, claimed he was forced to work 45 hours a week and Defendant eventually …

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