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Webinar: Everything You Need to Know About Massachusetts Paid Family & Medical Leave
Having trouble keeping up with Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave regulatory changes? Check out this webinar to know what is happening now and what to look for coming soon.
Here are some key highlights you should know:
- Upcoming employer deadlines:
- On or before September 30, 2019, employers need to post the Massachusetts PFML poster
- By September 30, 2019, employers need to distribute a written notice to employees and collect signatures acknowledging the notice
- By October 1, 2019, employers need to begin collecting employee premium deductions for PFML (retro premium collection is not allowed)
- Employers have until December 20, 2019 to apply for a private plan exemption
- Benefits of a private PFML plan
- Quick reference guide with MA PFML basics and key dates
For more information on Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave, check out these other blog posts.
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