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Webinar: Mass Paid Family and Medical Leave For Procrastinators

September 17, 2019

Don’t miss this time sensitive webinar! Implementation of the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA) is proceeding and key deadlines are fast approaching. In fact, only two weeks after the webinar, on October 1, 2019, Massachusetts employers of all sizes will be required to start making contributions to the Trust Fund from which the benefits will be paid. We’ll be comparing the MA PFMLA to the National FMLA, and providing an accessible, user-friendly summary of the key provisions of the law.

Please note the following correction: If an employer has less than 25 employees, the employer share of the medical leave contribution is 0, and the employee share of the medical leave contribution is still 40%. The only difference for employers with less than 25 employees is that the employer need not pay 60% of the medical leave contribution, but the employee share doesn’t change. The slide should indicate that the employer’s share is $0, and the employee’s share is $141.36  (not $353.40). Apologies for the error in the slideshow.

Presenter
Elizabeth Monnin-Browder of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is an experienced business and employment litigator who is driven to achieve results.  She represents companies and non-profits in complex disputes across a broad range of industries, including health care, higher education, technology, and financial services.  Liz applies strategic thinking, creative problem-solving, and exacting attention to detail to all phases of a lawsuit.  She understands the business implications and human impact of litigation, and works hand-in-hand with her clients to craft a strategy that is consistent with their priorities and advances their goals.  Liz represents clients in state and federal court, including before the Business Litigation Session of the Massachusetts Superior Court and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

 

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