Tag Archives: Minimum Wage

Employment Law Ballot Initiatives May Go To Massachusetts Voters

Massachusetts voters may soon get another chance to significantly impact employment relationships in Massachusetts through the ballot box, just as they did in 2015 with their approval of the Earned Sick Time law.  This past week, the Attorney General of … Continue reading

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Employers Must Act Fast and Update Their Federal Posters

At the end of July 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced that employers must post updated versions of the Federal Minimum Wage Poster and the Federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster (“EPPA Poster”) by August 1, 2016. Every … Continue reading

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Could You be Liable for the Sins of Your Staffing Agency?

Many businesses use staffing agencies to supplement their regular employee workforce with temporary workers.  Staffing agencies can be extremely valuable for a company seeking to save money (e.g., taxes and employee benefits) which it would have to pay for regular … Continue reading

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