Employee Rights

What You Need To Know About Non-Compete Clauses in Massachusetts

Non-compete clauses, also known as restrictive covenants, are agreements between employers and employees that limit the employee’s ability to compete with the employer after the termination of their employment. In Massachusetts, these clauses are much debated and legally scrutinized. In this article, we’ll explore the purpose of non-competes, their enforceability, and what you should know as a potential client. Purpose of Non-Compete Clauses  The primary purpose of a non-compete

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Salaried Employees and Overtime Pay

As an employee in Massachusetts, you should know your rights and entitlements when it comes to overtime pay. One common misconception among salaried employees is that they are not entitled to overtime pay. This is not always true, depending on various factors that determine eligibility for overtime pay. What is Overtime Pay? Overtime pay is the additional compensation an employer pays to an employee for

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Prevailing Wage Law in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, the Prevailing Wage Law requires contractors and subcontractors working on public construction projects to pay their workers the prevailing wage rate. The “prevailing wage rate” is the hourly rate of pay, including benefits, paid to the majority of workers engaged in a particular type of construction work in a specific geographic area. This law applies to all types of public works projects, including

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