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Masks at Work

Masks at Work

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend wearing face masks or face coverings when social distancing cannot be practiced. Everyone should wear a face covering if they are around other people with whom...

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Parental Leave in the Age of COVID-19

Parental Leave in the Age of COVID-19

Being a parent can lead to significant stress independent of job considerations, let alone the greater implications of the coronavirus pandemic.  With job security at an all-time low, you may be wondering if your job will even be waiting for you when you return from...

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Returning to Work: Reasonable Accommodations

Returning to Work: Reasonable Accommodations

As businesses begin to reopen in Massachusetts, some employees are returning to physical workplaces. Yet many employees may have underlying conditions that could put them at increased risk of severe illness if they contract COVID-19. Accordingly, certain employees may...

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Sexual Harassment in the Remote Workplace

Sexual Harassment in the Remote Workplace

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a fundamental shift in the American workplace.  With the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting a 14.7% unemployment rate, more Americans are unemployed now than at any time since the Great Depression.  With the exception of essential...

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Rights of Employees Diagnosed With COVID-19

Rights of Employees Diagnosed With COVID-19

If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, it is important to understand your rights as an employee, from your ability to take protected and paid leave, to actions your employer can take for safety purposes that may seem like an invasion of your personal space or...

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5 Rights of Furloughed Employees

5 Rights of Furloughed Employees

Your company has put you on furlough, a fancy word meaning “mandated leave without pay.” Many people in Massachusetts are in this position as a result of the COVID-19 emergency because non-essential businesses are closed and not all work can be done remotely. What...

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