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Massachusetts PFML Update: DFML Releases 2024 Poster, Updated Employee Notices and Contributions

19 Dec

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As an update to our previous communication (Link), we wanted to inform employers that the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) issued its updated 2024 notices, posters and rate sheets.

The 2024 workplace posters, notices and rate sheets can be found in the department’s website here.

For contribution rates effective January 1, 2024, for which employers should ensure that their PFML policies and payroll systems are updated, are as follows:

  • Weekly Benefit Amount: The maximum per week will be $1,149.90.
  • Contribution Rates:
    • For employers with 25 or more covered individuals: from 0.88% of eligible wages up to the social security taxable maximum. The fee is split for medical leave contribution (0.70%) and family leave contribution (0.18%).
      • Employers contribute 0.42% of eligible wages for medical leave.
      • Employers withhold 0.18% for an individual’s medical leave contribution.
      • Employers withhold 0.28% for an employee medical contribution.
    • For employers with fewer than 25 covered individuals: 0.46% eligible wages. The fee is split between medical leave (0.28%) and family leave (0.18%).
      • Smaller employers are not required to contribute towards an individual’s medical leave contribution amount.

Employers should review additional resources here: Link, Link 2, Link 3, Link 4, Link 5

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