Practical Advice for Massachusetts Employers on Managing Employee Leaves
Foley Hoag LLP
155 Seaport Boulevard
Boston, MA 02210
February 25, 2015 8:00AM–10:00AM
Employee leaves present some of the most complex issues for employers. For example, an employee who is on leave for a serious medical condition may have leave rights under federal and state discrimination laws that extend beyond the 12 weeks provided by the Family Medical Leave Act. Under these circumstances, it is often unclear how long an employer must keep the employee’s job open. For employers operating in Massachusetts, these issues have become more complicated with the passage of new Massachusetts laws relating to paid sick leave, parental leave, and domestic violence leave.
Please join us for a breakfast seminar with attorneys from Foley Hoag’s Labor and Employment Department, during which we will break down these new laws, discuss resulting ripple effects, and provide practical tips for managing employee leaves.