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|Massachusetts Attorney General Issues Revised 'Safe Harbor' Delaying Full Implementation of New Earned Sick Time Law and Required Posting|
June 14, 2015
"The new 'safe harbor' language provides that an employer may delay full implementation of all the requirements of the new earned sick time law and regulations until January 1, 2016 if [certain] requirements are met ... If an employer meets all of these requirements, the employer may continue to administer the paid time off policy it had in place as of May 1, 2015. All employers that choose to operate under this safe harbor must adjust their policies to come into full compliance with the earned sick time law and regulations by January 1, 2016."
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