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Massachusetts Paid Sick Time Law: What Does This Mean for Employers?
Ropes & Gray LLP Link to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
Dec. 6, 2014
"For employers with 11 or more employees, the sick time must be paid time off. For smaller employers, the sick time can be unpaid. In determining the number of employees who are employed by an employer, the law states that 'all employees performing work for compensation on a full-time, part-time or temporary basis shall be counted.' Both full-time and part-time employees (including temporary employees) must be allowed to accrue and use sick time. This new law applies to both public and private employers."

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