New Hire Paperwork: Massachusetts
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Authors: Lisa Stephanian Burton and Peter J. Mee, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
- Covered employers need to provide new employees with notice of the employer's sexual policy. See Sexual Harassment Policy.
- Covered employers need to provide new employees with notice of the right to domestic violence leave. See Domestic Violence Leave Notification.
- Covered employers must provide notice to employees regarding their rights to paid sick leave. See Paid Sick Leave Notice.
- Covered employers must provide notice to employees regarding their rights to pregnancy and lactation accommodations. See Pregnant Workers Notice.
- Massachusetts employers must provide new employees with notice regarding tip credit conditions. See Tipped Employees Notice.
- In Massachusetts, staffing agencies must provide temporary employees with certain information prior to a new assignment or employment. See Temporary Workers Right to Know Law.
- If an employer employs domestic workers, it must provide new employees with notice of all state and federal laws relating to domestic workers. See Domestic Workers Notice.
- Massachusetts has its own withholding allowance certificate, Form M-4, Massachusetts Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificate. See Employee Withholding Forms.
- Covered employers must provide new hires with notice of the right to paid family and medical leave. See Paid Family and Medical Leave.