On June 10, 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) submitted a notice of proposed changes to its wage information collection form, WD-10, that it uses to determine prevailing wages. The WHD is also proposing a new optional form, WD-10A, which it will use before sending out the

If you are a home health care provider (personal care attendants, community first service and support workers), the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry (MNDOLI) has created a new webpage for information related to employment practices in your industry. This includes a general video on:

  • Overtime (follow federal (40+ hrs/wk) and state law (48+ hrs/wk)

Minnesota employees who are eligible for Frontline Worker Pay will be able to apply at https://frontlinepay.mn.gov starting tomorrow, June 8, 2022. That means that Minnesota employers who are in the frontline industry sector (see my previous post), must provide notice by June 23, 2022.  

MNDOLI has drafted the employer notice in several languages, which

From time-to-time, I meet (read: they got in trouble or were about to) a new client from out of state that has an issue in Minnesota arise – not because of any willful or intentional wrongdoing, but just because they don’t realize some unique aspects of Minnesota law.  So, for those non-Minnesota based Minnesota employers,