Employers that already offered paid sick time to employees as of May 1 will be exempted from some provisions of the new voter-approved sick time law that takes effect July 1, Attorney General Maura Healey announced.
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The Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) reduced the assessment that private employers pay to the state on workers’ compensation policies to 5.6 percent of the policy premium for the new fiscal year, down from 5.75 percent during the last fiscal year.
The new assessment rate is for policies that began on July 1.
These FAQs are based upon the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law, M.G.L. c. 149, § 148C, and its accompanying regulations, 940 CMR 33.00.
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