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Thread: Massachusetts Sunday pay law

  1. #1
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    Feb 2005

    Cool Massachusetts Sunday pay law

    I just started a job with an inventory company on a part time basis. During my training they said that they followed all state laws with respect to pay.
    My first day on the job was a sunday night doing an inventory, I ended up working 5.2 hours. When I got my payheck the next week I was paid straight pay for hours worked and no sunday bonus pay. Since I just started I don't want to ask a dunb question. But this sunday, I am going to be working again and I would like to know if I should be getting time and a half for sunday.
    This job is in Massachusetts and I wouldn't call my job, retail per say.
    Anyone have any thoughts ??

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    Jul 2004

    Default Massachusetts Blue Laws

    The following link will take you to a site that will answer all of your questions:
    Lillian Connell

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  3. #3
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    Actually, that site sucks, and is a horrible answer to a direct question.

    You might as well link to

  4. #4
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    And since the question is from over four years ago, and the situation is most likely resolved now, what was the purpose of your response?

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