Effective July 3, 2019, the City of Minneapolis’ revised rules implementing the Sick & Safe Time Ordinance Rules go into effect.  Notably, non-resident employers (employers located outside of Minneapolis but who have employees performing work in Minneapolis) are now subject to enforcement. If non-resident employers provided employees with a paid time off program or paid

Employers (wherever located) with employees working in Minneapolis – don’t forget that the minimum wage increases today, July 1, 2019, to $11/hr for small businesses and $12.25 for large businesses.

Quick Facts – Reminders:

  • Small business = 100 or fewer employees.
  • Large business = more than 100 employees.
  • An “employee” is someone who works at

On November 10, 2017, the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce filed another lawsuit against the City of Minneapolis, this time challenging the Minneapolis minimum wage ordinance, set to take effect on January 1, 2018. In a press release, the Chamber noted that, “a patchwork of inconsistent local laws creates an administrative nightmare for employers,