Across the country, states and cities enacted a number of laws – from minimum wage increases to paid family and medical leave to domestic worker protections – that had significant impacts on the household employment industry. Here are 11 of the biggest household employment compliance highlights from 2019.
Starting October 1, all Massachusetts employers, including families that have hired an employee to work in their home, have new responsibilities under the state’s Paid Family and Medical Leave law. Here’s what you need to know.
Your household employee is likely eligible for Massachusetts PFML (Paid Family and Medical Leave) benefits. Here’s what you need to know to comply with the law when it goes into effect on July 1, 2019.
Employing a Nanny in the Bay State? Here’s All You Need to Know about Massachusetts Domestic Employment
Here’s what families need to know about the laws surrounding Massachusetts domestic employment when hiring or employing a nanny or other household workers.