Seasonal Workers

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‘Tis The Season for Massachusetts’ Temporary Employees

The holiday shopping season is known for its long lines, steep sales and mall traffic jams, but it also prompts retailers and other businesses to hire a wave of temporary, seasonal employees to increase staffing levels during...more

Avoiding Mistletoe Mishaps, Part II: Do I Have To Offer Health Care Coverage To My Seasonal Employees?

As 2013 comes to an end, we are considering a number of issues that employers might be facing at the end of the year. Our year-end blog series will cover issues such as seasonal hiring, religious discrimination claims...more

Avoiding Mistletoe Mishaps, Part I: Seven Employment Topics To Consider When Hiring Seasonal Workers

As 2013 comes to an end, we will consider a number of issues that employers might be facing at the end of the year. In this blog series, we will cover topics such as seasonal hiring, religious discrimination claims stemming...more

Healthcare Reform And Seasonal Guest Workers

Many employers are eagerly watching the U.S. Congress as it debates comprehensive immigration reform legislation. However, employers of foreign workers need to be aware of another comprehensive reform already enacted—the...more

Hospitality Update, No. 2, June 2013: Lessons Learned from Sports: Improve Your Team Every Year

Seasonal hiring is critical to the hospitality industry’s ability to provide service in peak seasons. Whether it is the rush of the winter ski season or the crowded summer months at the beach, employers’ needs fluctuate...more

Preparing For Seasonal Agricultural Labor

The U.S. government's expected focus on immigration and employment law enforcement in 2013 will continue to significantly impact agricultural employers. In 2012, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security...more

Don't Miss Out: Transitional Relief Under the Affordable Care Act in 2013

Under the Affordable Care Act, beginning January 1, 2014, an employer with 50 or more full time employees is considered an Applicable Large Employer and must provide affordable coverage to its employees or face significant...more

I’m Not An Applicable Large Employer Under The Affordable Care Act…Or Am I?

Only applicable large employers may be assessed a penalty under the employer shared responsibility mandate of the Affordable Care Act. An applicable large employer is defined by the regulations as one that has employed an...more

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