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MN Wage Theft Law: What ALL Employers Are Required To Do

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Name: MN Wage Theft Law: What ALL Employers Are Required To Do
Date: August 20, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
The Minnesota legislature passed a new wage theft law -- hailed as the nation's toughest.  The law has new, extensive record keeping provisions for ALL employers.  Those provisions have significant (and burdensome) requirements for staffing companies with a dynamic and versatile workforce.  The new law also imposes stiff penalties for those who do not comply.

At this event, Dave Skovholt and John Stiffin, MN Department of Labor and Industry, will review the new law and what's required of employers.  They will answer your questions about how to comply with the new record keeping requirements and provide guidance on things like employee handbooks, wage change notifications, electronic signatures, etc.

We are also inviting representatives from the City of Minneapolis to explain their wage theft ordinance requirements.

Don't skip this opportunity geared specifically for staffing companies.
Southtown Office Park
8120 Penn Avenue South
Bloomington MN  55431

First floor conference rooms
Date/Time Information:
Registration at 2:30 p.m.
Program will begin promptly at 3:00 p.m.
Contact Information:
Dee Schutte, 651.300.6586
There is no charge for current MNRSA members
Non-members    $29.99
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