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3 November 2023

Starting November 1, Massachusetts Employees Can "Top Off" Paid Family And Medical Leave Benefits (Video)

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Under a recently enacted change in Massachusetts' Paid Family and Medical Leave law, beginning November 1, 2023, employees receiving PFML benefits will be permitted to supplement, or "top off," their weekly benefit ...
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Under a recently enacted change in Massachusetts' Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) law, beginning November 1, 2023, employees receiving PFML benefits will be permitted to supplement, or "top off," their weekly benefit using accrued paid leave, such as PTO, vacation and/or sick time. Michelle Cassorla explains the change in this video. Learn more about this upcoming change.

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