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The answer is very likely yes. Generally, a state will apply its own laws to the employment if the employment is occurring within its jurisdiction. This is true regardless of where the employer is based. As MA law requires employers to pay out all accrued vacation, this is likely something that could be recovered by filing an MA wage claim, which you can do here.
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I believe this is the question that I answered? I apologize if my answer was not clear. What I am saying is that if you work in MA, MA law should apply regardless of the state your employer is based out of. Since MA law requires the p payment of all accrued vacation, this should be what you are entitled to.
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