Lawsuits under the Revised Equal Pay Act are Out of the Gate Quickly
Well, that didn’t take long. On the first business day that amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act were in
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Vigilance on Sexual Behaviors is an Essential Tool for Employers
If there’s one thing we’re learning as claims of sexual impropriety continue to grab headlines in workplaces across the country,
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Hiking of Minimum Wage to $15/Hour Makes its Way toward the Ballot Box for November 2018
Dissatisfied with the recent increase of the Massachusetts minimum wage to $11/hour and its failed efforts to get the state
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With the New Equal Pay Act Set to Take Effect on July 1, 2018, it’s Time for Employers to Evaluate
The effective date of the new Massachusetts Equal Pay Act is fast approaching, and employers who have not yet begun
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Recent Headlines about Sexual Harassment at Work is a Call to Action for Massachusetts Employers
The recent accusations of sexual harassment by powerful men against the women – and sometimes men – who work around
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Massachusetts Law Continues to Protect against Gender Identity Discrimination Despite Federal Pronouncment
When Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently announced that his Justice Department rejects the idea that transgender people are protected under
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Employers Get Another Reason to Carefully Review and Comply with Wage Laws
It’s no surprise that the reach of Massachusetts’ wage laws is long, and most employers know they need to carefully
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