We believe that a work-life balance is essential for both our clients and our employees. We strive every day to help our clients work on their business and not for their business. We do this by applying our expertise, experience, and proven solutions that help clients build their businesses while also enjoying life. We are dedicated to taking care of our clients and our own staff—and we strive to have fun while we are doing it.
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Labor Day is upon us—a popular holiday that is dedicated to the millions of women and men who keep this country going strong. For many, it also means that it’s time to break out the grill for that big end-of-summer celebration. And because most of us aren’t Grill Masters, this is a good time for a refresh on some basic grilling safety tips to keep everyone safe and the party going.
Earlier this year, the Commonwealth signed into law a statute that provides paid family and medical leave (PFML) benefits to all Massachusetts workers, and the tax will be withheld from employee paychecks beginning October 1, 2019. This new law establishes a system for paid family leave of up to 12 weeks to care for a family member and up to 20 weeks for your own illness for all employees, and will impact virtually all Massachusetts employers.
Let’s face it. Kids aren’t cheap, so you have to save money where you can. Back-to-school shopping is a good place to start because costs can add up quickly—especially if you have more than one child. Consider these tips for sending your kids back to school without breaking the bank.