News Alert: Massachusetts' Governor Signs Paid Family Leave Into Law

July 9, 2018
On June 28, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill that will reshape the state's workplaces.

On June 28, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill that will reshape the state's workplaces. Along with increasing the minimum wage, the bill will also offer workers paid time off for family and medical leave starting in 2021.

This means that people recovering from significant illnesses or injuries will receive up to 20 weeks of paid time off, while those who are new parents or are taking care of seriously ill family members will receive up to 12 weeks of paid time off.

Massachusetts is the sixth state to enact a paid family leave law.

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Legislative Activity / Massachusetts