Attorney Kelly Dohm explains the amendment in Workers’ Compensation Benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic issued on April 8, 2020, Temporary Regulations Implementing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act issued on April 1, 2020 and OSHA and Enforcement Guidance issued on April 10, 2020.
Unemployment During COVID-19 Pandemic
The CARES Act went into effect, March 27,2020. The CARES Act changes the landscape of unemployment compensation in our country. The changes that will have the biggest impact in Minnesota for unemployment are three things.
COVID-19 Employment Law Questions
Immediate Employment Law Considerations as it Relates to the Coronavirus
Our state and federal governments have taken swift action this past week in addressing the pandemic of COVID-19 facing our great nation. These drastic measures taken by both our state and federal governments are intended to immediately address the needs of both employers and employees as it relates to several employment laws and grant the much needed economic relief that is required in businesses across the nation and specifically our state. The below is a summary of the swift action that has been taken this past week…
New wage theft law effective July 1st. Know the details to protect your business.
Effective today, July 1, 2019, Minnesota’s new Wage Theft Law goes into effect, except for the provisions of the new law that amend Minnesota Statutes Sec. 609.52 (criminal wage theft and sanctions) which provisions go into effect August 1, 2019.