Employers are not liable under the Massachusetts Payment of Wages Law if they choose not to pay out accrued, unused sick pay to employees upon termination of employment, according to a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Employees like receiving subsidies from their employers to defray commuting and parking costs, but tax reform—if enacted—could transform this...
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A benefits attorney advises companies to adopt a Workplace Harassment Prevention and Protection Plan (WHiPP) that provides counseling and...
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Given the expanding scope of the opioid crisis, more employers are working directly with their health plans and pharmacy...
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Replacing an experienced woman with a less experienced man two months after she returned from medical leave for eye...
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The Trump administration has called for scrapping a requirement that publicly traded companies show how much their CEOs are...
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