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Rhode Island’s Earned Paid Sick Leave Law Effective July 1, 2018

Effective July 1, 2018, Rhode Island employers will need to comply with the Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act. We encourage all impacted clients to log-in to the CBGconnect portal and download our detailed Compliance Bulletin on this topic. For your reference, below is a brief overview of this Act. Rhode Island employers with [...]

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Massachusetts Sick Time Leave Law Update: Transition Period Granted to Employers with Existing Paid Time-Off Policies

The Massachusetts’ Attorney General’s office issued transition relief on May 18th, 2015 for some employers in regards to the state’s new Sick Time Leave Law. The law will still go into effect on July 1st, 2015. However, a safe harbor has been put in place for employers that have existing Paid Time Off policies. Here [...]

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RECAP: CBG Benefits Hosts a Successful Seminar on HR Compliance

We’d like to thank everyone that attended our most recent seminar in Burlington, Massachusetts on May 6th, 2015. There was no doubt that the theme of the event, “HR Compliance Update: Understanding and Meeting Your Requirements“, was a popular one, as the seminar room at the Burlington Marriott was filled to capacity. Our two keynote [...]

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6 Areas to Review Regarding Your Employee Handbook

While the term “spring-cleaning” often provides motivation to clean and organize items around the office, it also can be a great reminder for Human Resources departments regarding their Employee Handbook. Regardless of your company’s size, regularly reviewing employment policies and procedures is becoming increasingly important as workplace legislation and regulations continue to change. While this [...]

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