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Three Things to Know About FLSA Exemptions

Three Things to Know About FLSA Exemptions

By Gregory Sager We all know there’s a minimum wage and that employees are usually paid extra for overtime. But many employees – like corporate managers, internal accountants, and teachers – aren’t paid by the hour and never receive overtime pay. In fact, some of...

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Adding Teeth to the Personnel Records Law

Adding Teeth to the Personnel Records Law

By Rodman Employment Law The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently reversed a lower court decision and added teeth to the state’s Personnel Records Law. In addition to clarifying confusing legal precedent, this ruling provides employees a cause of action...

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Gender Identity and Employment Law: What You Need to Know

Gender Identity and Employment Law: What You Need to Know

By: Liam Hofmeister  In 2020, the Supreme Court officially recognized gender identity discrimination to be unlawful in Bostock v. Clayton County.  In Massachusetts employment law, however, gender identity has been protected since 2012. But what is gender identity, and...

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Interviewing During COVID-19: 5 Unlawful Questions

Interviewing During COVID-19: 5 Unlawful Questions

Interviewing for a new job was stressful before the pandemic.  Post-COVID, some forms of discrimination may become more pervasive, and it is critical for prospective employees to understand their rights and the remedies available if they experience discriminatory...

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Traveling for Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Traveling for Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Rodman Employment LawMany employees in Massachusetts, as well as many people who are employed by Massachusetts-based companies but reside in another state, are required to travel for work. Under ordinary circumstances, traveling for work does not present problems...

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Filing a Complaint With HR

Filing a Complaint With HR

By Rodman Employment Law If you have faced any kind of unlawful discrimination or harassment at work, or if your employer has violated wage and hour laws or workplace safety laws, you may need to file a complaint with HR. As an article in Money explains, it is...

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