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Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017 Posted on Nov 17

Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017

  This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Human Resources Division. The Human Resources Division (HRD) of the Executive Office of Administration and Finance (ANF) is currently accepting applications for the 2017 police officer civil service exam. If you want to become a   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017

Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 2: Changing the Terms of an Arrangement and Enforcement Posted on Oct 26

Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 2: Changing the Terms of an Arrangement and Enforcement

The first part of this child support series focused on how to arrange a child support order and how to make and receive payments in Massachusetts. However, in some cases, you may need to change or enforce your order. The Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement Division (DOR/CSE)    …Continue Reading Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 2: Changing the Terms of an Arrangement and Enforcement

Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 1: Getting an Order and Managing Payments Posted on Oct 19

Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 1: Getting an Order and Managing Payments

Creating a child support plan is a top concern for most separated or divorced parents in Massachusetts. Figuring out your child support responsibilities and learning how the payment process works can help you create a plan that is best for your child. The Department of Revenue   …Continue Reading Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 1: Getting an Order and Managing Payments

Massachusetts Voting and Election Information Posted on Sep 13

Massachusetts Voting and Election Information

Election Day is a time to make your voice heard in state and national politics. On Nov. 8, Bay State voters will cast their ballots for president, vice president, and U.S. representatives. Voters will also elect representatives in state and local government and weigh in   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Voting and Election Information

Make a Plan During Emergency Preparedness Month Posted on Sep 1

Make a Plan During Emergency Preparedness Month

This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. Disasters can happen at any time. Over the last several years, Massachusetts has experienced tropical storms, tornadoes, blizzards, power outages, water system failures, and an act of terrorism. To prepare for disasters, the   …Continue Reading Make a Plan During Emergency Preparedness Month

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment Posted on Jul 19

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment

This is the final post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which has covered workplace safety, fair wages, workplace benefits, workers’ compensation, and workplace discrimination and harassment in Massachusetts. In 2015, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) received more than 2,400 complaints about discrimination at   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation Posted on Jul 12

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation

This is the fourth post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which covers workplace safety, fair wages, workplace benefits, workers’ compensation, and more in Massachusetts. The first post in the Workers’ Rights blog series covered workplace safety and how to file a complaint. However, it’s   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation

Apply for the 2016 Round of the MassWorks Infrastructure Program Posted on Jun 29

Apply for the 2016 Round of the MassWorks Infrastructure Program

The Baker-Polito administration recently announced that the 6th annual round of MassWorks awards is open and available for municipalities to submit applications. Applications are due between Aug. 22 and Sept. 2, 2016. How MassWorks Can Help Towns and Cities Through the MassWorks Infrastructure Program, the   …Continue Reading Apply for the 2016 Round of the MassWorks Infrastructure Program

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits Posted on Jun 9

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits

This is the third post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which covers workplace safety, fair wages, workers’ benefits, workers’ compensation, and other rights in Massachusetts. Whether you’ve just started a new job in the Bay State or you’ve worked in Massachusetts for years, you   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits

Getting Married in Massachusetts: After the Wedding Posted on May 24

Getting Married in Massachusetts: After the Wedding

If you’ve recently gotten married, you’re probably ready to hide out with your spouse and enjoy your newly wedded (and family-free) bliss. But before you book your honeymoon flight to that remote tropical island, you might want to take care of some paperwork — especially   …Continue Reading Getting Married in Massachusetts: After the Wedding