Employment Law

What is wage theft?

Under Minnesota law, wage theft occurs when an employer engages in certain actions that deprive an employee of his or her hard-earned wages. For example, wage theft occurs when an employer, with intent to defraud an employee: fails to pay his or her wages, salary,...

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New Wage Theft and Employer Record Keeping Requirements Begin July 1

During its 2019 Special Session, the Minnesota Legislature passed a new law that imposes significant new wage theft, recordkeeping and payroll requirements on employers. These new obligations will go into effect on July 1 (the criminal sanction parts go into...

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Registration Open for June 5 Employment Law Update

Registration is now open for the 16th Annual West Central Minnesota Employment Law update to be held June 5, 2019 at Broadway Ballroom in Alexandria, MN.This year's topics and speakers will be:Hot off the Press: Employment Law News You Can Use (Tom Jacobson) 10 Tough...

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