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Overtime Threshold Set to Change Next Week

The U. S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a final rule in April adjusting the threshold for exempt…

Human Resources

Ask the Helpline: Transferring an Employee on Intermittent Leave

Question We are a small company of 22 employees, and we currently have an employee on intermittent leave…

Human Resources

Court: Non-Compete Agreement Overreaches

A recent decision from the Business Law Section of the Superior Court in Massachusetts held that a former…

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Key Bills Remain for Business as Beacon Hill Eyes End of Session

By Sam Larson Vice President, Government Affairs The Massachusetts Legislature is in the home stretch of its 2023-2024 session…

Housing

House Affordable Homes Act is Monumental Step Forward

By Brooke Thomson President & CEO The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a version of the Affordable Homes…

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Employer Confidence Rebounds in May

Confidence among Massachusetts employers rebounded during May as the state and national economies continued their tenuous expansions. The…

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Global ESG Rules Affect Massachusetts Companies

By Matthew Gardner and Cristina Mendoza Sustainserv Massachusetts companies face a rapidly changing landscape of regulations mandating disclosures…

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Military Employment Rights Act Marks 30 Years

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA or “the…

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Company Shutdowns Pose Challenges

Employers frequently schedule companywide shutdowns during peak summer or winter holidays, generally for one to two weeks. Effectively…