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Massachusetts Attorney General Issues Final Regs on Sick Time Law
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[Guidance Overview]
June 23, 2015

"[Employers] may require employees to personally verify in writing that they used earned sick time for allowable purposes after using sick leave, but employers cannot require employees to explain the nature of an illness or details of domestic violence. The AGO added a provision allowing employers to require an employee to provide a fitness-for-duty certification from a medical provider before returning to work after using earned sick time if such certification is customarily required and consistent with industry practice or state/federal safety requirements, and the employer has a reasonable belief that the employee may pose a significant risk of harm to him/herself or others."

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