Minnesota Wage Theft and Payroll Notifications Change
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
5600 West 83rd Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55437
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"Minnesota Wage Theft and Payroll Notifications Change"
When Minnesota’s Wage Theft Law went into effect July 1, many companies shrugged it off as a non-issue. “We don’t steal wages. This has no impact on us.” Big mistake.
In fact, wage theft only scratches the surface of this new law. From employee notification to paystub updates, there are components to this law that impact every Minnesota company. New hires, existing employees and even those working for Minnesota companies in another state are impacted.
Complying isn’t optional. Take measures now to avoid potential compliance traps down the road. Specific areas covered include:
- How to comply with new MN wage requirements and employee notification
- What electronic means can be used
- How paystubs need to be revised
- What information has to be provided to new hires
- How to cover employees who are not residing in Minnesota
- Penalties for non-compliance
- How to provide employer policy information to employees
- Sample notification templates
Larry Morgan, MAIR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, GPHR
Larry is a frequent presenter and former Board member of TCCN. In 2017 he was awarded with the Lifetime
Recognition Award from TCCN. In addition to his corporate HR experience, Larry is the founder of Orion HR
Group, LLC specializing in assisting organizations with compensation and benefit needs.
Larry also teaches HR professionals for the University of Minnesota, St. Mary’s University, Twin Cities SHRM and
SHRM nationally and internationally and currently serves on the Carlson School of Management Alumni Board for
the HR and Labor Studies program.
Dave Skovholt, Outreach Coordinator | Labor Standards, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
Dave Skovholt is the Outreach Coordinator in the Labor Standards Unit of the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI). Dave’s outreach is focused on Minnesota’s Labor Standards laws. He travels throughout the state, meeting with business groups and community organizations. Before working at DLI, Dave was a labor union business agent, overseeing and negotiating 19 collective bargaining agreements in Minnesota and throughout the Midwest.
August 29, 2019
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Networking
8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation
5600 West 83rd Street
Minneapolis, MN 55437
Directions/Parking: Please see link to map image.
Parking is provided in the 8200 Ramp and take the skyway into the 8200 Tower.
To aide you in locating the correct tower, the Poseidon restaurant is located in the 8200 Tower.
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FREE - current TCCN Members
$25.00 - guests