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notably, state and federal legislatures, administrative agencies, and courts – and often

addressing politically charged issues. Moreover, the law is not always easy for non-lawyers

to understand, as many statutes are difficult to read, and court decisions are sometimes

inconsistent.

The complexity of employment law also results, in part, from the very nature of the

employer–employee relationship, which varies with each business and individual employee.

A particular employer’s situation might differ from the situation envisioned by a statute and

might require a creative solution, such as a contract addressing its particular needs. While

this Guide is not a substitute for legal advice from competent employment counsel, it is

meant as a helpful and informative overview of Massachusetts employment law. Employers

and employees are encouraged to use this Guide as a starting point in understanding their

rights and obligations. Some other resources can be found in Appendix O.

SEE APPENDIX

Exhibit O

Selected Internet Resources for Employment Law (Websites)

Any comments for future editions of this Guide may be submitted to the Boston Bar

Association, 16 Beacon St., Boston, Massachusetts 02108, www.bostonbar.org.

2.8 Appendix

Exhibit A.

MCAD Fact Sheet: Discrimination in the Workplace on Race, Color, National Origin or Ancestry

Exhibit B.

MCAD Fact Sheet: Age Discrimination

Exhibit C.

MCAD Fact Sheet: Parental Leave

Exhibit D.

MCAD Fact Sheet: Sexual Harassment in Employment

Exhibit E.

MCAD Model Sexual Harassment Policy

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