One of the outcomes of the 2019 session is a new wage theft law with portions that impact all employers across Minnesota beginning July 1. Businesses of all sizes and locations across the State are subject to the new law.
One provision you need to be aware of and prepare for is a new employee noticing requirement taking effect July 1 for all new employees. In addition, employers have new requirements for information to be placed on employee earning statements, additional record keeping mandates, and clarifications relating to when employees should be paid.
See the attached for a digest of the July 1 requirements from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. To review all your obligations under the law visit http://www.dli.mn.gov/business/employment-practices/wage-theft-legislation-2019-and-summaries
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Wage Theft Law Checklist For Requirements Beginning July 1, 2019
New Employee Notices For All New Employees
Additions to Information Required On Earnings Statements
New Record Keeping Requirements
Wage and Commission Payment Clarifications
* This is not an all encompassing list of requirements and employers should review guidance from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for specific requirements at http://www.dli.mn.gov/business/employment-practices/wage-theft-legislation-2019-and-summaries
This summary was provided to us in partnership with the MN Retailers Association. They've put together a detailed summary for us.