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New Massachusetts Law Requires Employers to Provide Leave for Victims of Domestic Violence
Jackson Lewis P.C. Link to more items from this source
Sept. 1, 2014
"An employee may take leave to seek or obtain medical attention, to obtain counseling, to obtain a protective order in court, to appear in court or before a grand jury, to meet with the district attorney or other law enforcement official about the abusive behavior, to attend child custody proceedings, or to otherwise address issues directly related to abusive behavior against the employee or the employee's family member, among other reasons. The employer can determine whether the leave is paid or unpaid."

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