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Abuse Victim Leave Handbook Statement: Massachusetts

Employees who are victims of abusive behavior, defined for purposes of this policy to include domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and kidnapping, or that have a family member who is a victim of abusive behavior may take up to 15 days of [insert paid or unpaid] leave within a 12-month period to address issues related to the abuse. For purposes of this policy, "abusive behavior" includes conduct by a current or former spouse; a person with whom the employee or covered family member shares a child; a person cohabitating with or who has cohabitated with the employee or covered family member; a person related by blood or marriage to the employee or covered family member; or a person with whom the employee or covered family member has or had a dating relationship.

[OPTIONAL: Employees must