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16 Feb

What Employers Need to Know About the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act

By Kimberly KeatingInsightsComments are off

Last July, the Massachusetts legislature approved an Act to establish pay equity, commonly referred to as the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act. The law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2018, amends the current statutory prohibition against gender-based pay inequity by strengthening the protections offered to workers. This article, co-authored by Keating Advisors and Kurker Paget, an employment law firm in Greater Boston that advises and represents employers in a range of employment matters, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the new law, offers employers information about the key components of the law, and provides suggestions for what they can do now to avoid liability when the law goes into effect.

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10 Jan

Keating Advisors and Risk Cooperative Partner to Improve Employee Benefits Design

By Kimberly KeatingNewsComments are off

Keating Advisors is pleased to announce a partnership with Risk Cooperative, a specialized insurance and risk advisory firm. With the specter of continued healthcare complexity, rising direct and indirect costs and the potential repeal of all or parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), middle market employers with resource constrained human resources teams are particularly vulnerable

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19 Oct

Labor Market Update – Fall 2016

By Kimberly KeatingInsightsComments are off

The onset of fall signifies more than just chilly nights and apple cider. It is also the time of year when organizations begin to look to the upcoming year in terms of salary planning, and there is plenty of research that has recently been released to help you make the most informed decisions. Overall, the

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01 Jul

Will you be ready for the FLSA Overtime Rule changes?

By Kimberly KeatingInsightsComments are off

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently published significant changes to the rules governing whether an employee is entitled to overtime compensation. The change may affect 4 million employees who are currently exempt from overtime pay requirements. All employers will have to comply with the changes made to the overtime regulations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by December 1, 2016.

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29 Mar

Upcoming Negotiation Workshop – Sarah Lawrence College

By Kimberly KeatingNewsComments are off

On April 12th, 2016 Kim Keating will be at Sarah Lawrence College conducting an interactive workshop for undergraduate students. Know Your Worth Negotiation Training is an interactive workshop that focuses on confidence building for professional development. It provides a 4-step method for salary negotiation and a personal guide to define your individual compensation needs and

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