State health-care regulations for businesses may seem daunting at first. For help understanding these policies, click here. -From
Massachusetts takes the safety of its workers seriously. For a complete guide to health and safety regulations, click here. -From the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development (EOLWD)
Make sure your company is following minimum wage and overtime laws as required. Click here for a list of FAQs on this topic. -From the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development (EOLWD)
Massachusetts law gives workers insurance protection if they're injured on the job or contract a work-related illness. For more information on worker compensation, click here. -From the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development (EOLWD)
Your business may be required to contribute to the state-wide unemployment compensation fund. Click here to learn more about your obligations and for additional information regarding unemployment insurance. -From the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development (EOLWD)
This poster provides general information about the Massachusetts Wage and Hour, Child Labor, Anti-retaliation and Record Keeping Laws. You are required to hang the poster up in your business to help you and your employees to know their rights and responsibilities. From the Office of Massachusetts Attorney General
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