The New Massachusetts Sick Time Law

By Catherine Reuben   February 19, 2015

Check out this month’s edition of the Massachusetts Lawyers Journal for Cathy Reuben’s article on the new Massachusetts sick time law.

In the article, Cathy provides a list of questions and answers about the new law that employers may have after a plain English reading of the statutory language. The article also addresses some questions that are not clearly answered in the new law. For a full copy of this article check out the link here.

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