Among other things, the bill provides a process for transitioning employees into a new bargaining unit once the joint powers entity is formed.(Published May 12, 2014)
The package contains several employment-related bills aimed at increasing economic security and advancement for women.(Published May 12, 2014)
The bill is intended to more narrowly define the term to allow for increased unionization.(Published Apr 21, 2014)
The new law phases in a minimum wage increase over three years, beginning Aug. 1, 2014, with subsequent annual inflation adjustments.(Published Mar 31, 2014)
If your city has a civil service commission, contact your representatives in the House as soon as possible.(Published Jun 25, 2013)
The League has prepared an FAQ document to help cities comply with new sick leave legislation.(Published Jun 10, 2013)
The League of Minnesota Cities has developed guidance on employee benefit issues that are impacted by the same-sex marriage law.
Contact intergovernmental relations (IGR) staff if you have questions about legislative issues.