Tag Archives: Massachusetts Labor & Employment law

Massachusetts Announces Four-Phase Reopening Approach and Mandatory Workplace Safety Standards

On May 11, 2020, Massachusetts Gov. Baker announced a four-phase approach to reopening the Massachusetts economy in light of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The phased reopening is based on public health guidance, and is intended to allow certain businesses, services, and activities to resume, while aiming to protect public health and limit a … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig to Host ‘Massachusetts Employment Law Update’ Webinar

Massachusetts Employment Law Update  The new Massachusetts sick leave law goes into effect on July 1, 2015. Is your organization ready to implement this new law along with the recently enacted domestic violence leave and parental leave laws? Please join Greenberg Traurig’s Labor & Employment Practice for a timely webinar discussion on these new laws … Continue Reading

Massachusetts’ Parental Leave Law to Offer Same Leave Benefits to Male and Female Employees

Written by Terence P. McCourt and Jack S. Gearan Beginning April 7, 2015, Massachusetts employers with six or more employees will be required to provide the same benefits and protections afforded by the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act to both male and female employees, including eight weeks of job-protected leave for adoption or birth of a child. … Continue Reading

Massachusetts Enacts Domestic Violence Leave Law

In August of 2014, the governor of Massachusetts signed into law, An Act Relative to Domestic Violence. This law requires Massachusetts employers to provide to their employees up to 15 days of annual leave where an employee or family member is a victim of domestic violence. The Greenberg Traurig authors, Terence P. McCourt, Justin F. … Continue Reading
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