Massachusetts Small Business Issues


  • Overtime Rule: Temporary Victory Overtime Rule: Temporary Victory The latest on the Department of Labor's new overtime rule; what it means for your business and how to join the fight to stop it.

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  • Overtime Rule Relief Still Possible: Take Action Now Overtime Rule Relief Still Possible: Take Action Now The Department of Labor's new Overtime rule substantially increases business costs by doubling the salary threshold used to determine overtime eligibility. Thanks to your help, we've already had a big success with the House passing a bill to delay the rule. Tell the Senate and the President to do the same.

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  • Congress Is Considering Legislation to Stop New Overtime Rule Congress Is Considering Legislation to Stop New Overtime Rule You can help! Encourage your representatives to co-sponsor legislation to protect small business and their employees from the burdensome overtime rule proposed by the Department of Labor.

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  • Taxes Taxes NFIB is fighting for the first major change in Massachusetts estate tax law in almost two decades, including increasing the exemption to at least $2.5 million.

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  • Healthcare Healthcare NFIB is supporting Governor Baker’s efforts to finally make the MA healthcare exchange effective and efficient for small businesses and their workers. NFIB is fighting unnecessary additional healthcare costs in the form of MA-specific coverage mandates above and beyond federal essential benefits already imposed.

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  • Employer-Employee Relations Employer-Employee Relations NFIB is fighting strict scheduling proposals that would require employers to adhere to work schedules provided 14-21 days in advance or face financial penalties. In addition, NFIB opposes bills that would expand the state’s paid sick leave law to employer paid family leave and temporary disability for all workers at all companies.

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