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December 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

Holiday and New Year Reminders for Employers Holiday Party Do’s and Don’ts It is the time of year for holiday parties.  While a good time can be… Read More
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Sending Holiday Gifts To State and Federal Employees?

During the holiday season, contractors often send gifts to business contacts as a showing of appreciation, goodwill, or as a kind gesture.  While a … Read More
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Wage and Hour Update

November has been a busy month in the wage and hour arena.  St. Paul has enacted a $15 minimum wage ordinance; the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ha… Read More
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October 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

OSHA Rolls Back Obama-Era Directives on Initiative Plans, Drug Testing Earlier this month, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (… Read More
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September 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Increases Beginning January 1, 2019             Effective January 1, 2019, Minnesota’s minimum wage will incre… Read More
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July 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

Employment Agreements Can Alter the At-Will Employment Status In Ayala v. CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc., 891 F.3d 1074 (2018), the United States Cour… Read More
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Labor and Employment Law at the U.S. Supreme Court – Janus v. AFSCME

Labor and Employment Law at the U.S. Supreme Court – Janus v. AFSCME Today the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on a case that is of great impor… Read More
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June 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

Minneapolis Minimum Wage Ordinance – July 1, 2018 Effective Date Starting July 1, 2018, pursuant to the Minneapolis Minimum Wage Ordinance, small Mi… Read More
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Minnesota Court Upholds Status Quo Regarding Minneapolis Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, the Minnesota District Court ruled on cross motions for summary judgment regarding the Minneapolis Paid Sick Leave Ordinanc… Read More
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U.S. DOL Issues Opinion Letters for First Time Since January 2009 – Provides Guidance on the Payment of Travel Time and Additional Breaks

The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) returned to its longstanding practice of issuing wage and hour guidance. Specifically, its Opinion Letters ar… Read More
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