Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave (MA PFML) is a benefit offered by the state that provides eligible employees with up to 26 weeks of paid leave. The Wage and Hour laws, determined by the Attorney General’s Office, are designed to provide guidance for employers on topics such as minimum wage, overtime payment, and required paystub information.
The state has released updated posters for both MA PMFL and Wage and Hour requirements. You can find the updated MA PFML poster here, and the updated Wage and Hour poster here.
Employers Next Steps
- Massachusetts employers with at least one or more employees should display these postings in their Massachusetts locations.
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