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  • Employment Laws that apply to companies with 50 or more ee's Massachusetts

    The company I work for is fast approaching having 50 employees employeed at our company, which is very exicting. I was wondering if there are any good reference websites that list all the labor laws that will apply to us once we hit that headcount. I know that once we get to 50 employees, we will need to offer FMLA and the Small Necessities Act - but I am trying to figure out what else. Thanks.

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    That's pretty much it for benefits you will be required to offer. You will no longer be considered a "small business" for purposes of health insurance so you will no longer be community rated; that may or may not benefit you but you won't have to take any action except provide an updated census when you next renew. You'll have more requirements when you hit 100.
    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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