2019 July

MN Employee Notice and Wage Theft Changes

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Effective July 1, Minnesota’s new Wage Theft Law will require employers to provide notices to employees upon employment, provide additional information on earnings statements, and keep additional employee records.  Beginning August 1, the law creates increased violation penalties for noncompliance and expands the Department of Labor and Industry’s and Attorney General’s authority to enforce it.  Important details regarding changes to the Wage Theft Law are outlined below.

Employee Notice

The new Wage Theft Law requires employers to provide employees, at the start of their employment, a written notice with information about their employment status and […]