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How to Comply with Minnesota’s Employee Notice and Recordkeeping Laws in 2020: Are You Ready for More?

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December 3, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration Fee: Complimentary
Credits
HRCI
1.0
SHRM
1.0

On July 1, 2019, Minnesota’s new Wage Theft Legislation went into effect, surprising Minnesota employers with detailed new employee notice and recordkeeping requirements. This session provides a practical refresher and “lessons learned” in the last several months to help ensure your organization is on track for compliance in the next year. There is more to come. Effective January 1, 2020, Minneapolis’s Wage Theft Ordinance will impose additional requirements regarding information that must be provided on employee notices, earnings statements, and a poster requirement, among other things. This new ordinance may apply to your organization even if you do not have a physical location in the City, because it covers any employees who work in Minneapolis at least 80 hours a year.

Topics

  • Summary of new laws
  • What your company needs to do to comply
  • How to quickly understand new rules and guidelines

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Jessica L. Poot at Jessica.Poot@Jacksonlewis.com.