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Massachusetts Employers Now Required to Grant Employees Domestic Violence Leave
Choate Hall & Stewart LLP Link to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
Aug. 20, 2014
"The leave must be used for addressing domestic violence issues, including meeting with law enforcement or district attorneys; attending child custody proceedings; seeking medical attention or counseling; obtaining victim services or legal assistance; securing housing, or other issues 'directly related' to the abusive behavior against the employee or employee's family member. An employer can decide whether any leave taken is paid or unpaid."

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