Minimum Wage: 6 Ways To Prepare Your Business For The Rise Of Labor CostsWith minimum wage discussions being conducted everywhere, one may wonder how their small business fits into the conversation.
Minn. Legislators Debate Bill To 'Preempt' Local Labor LawsMinnesota lawmakers are set to debate a controversial measure Thursday night to take away the power from cities to set minimum wage or sick leave policies.
GOP Looks To Block Cities' Sick Leave Policies, Wage IncreasesMinnesota Republicans are moving to block cities from implementing their own sick leave policies or minimum wage hikes.
Minneapolis Wants To Hear From The Public On Minimum WageOfficials in Minneapolis are seeking input from various groups – business owners, immigrant communities and neighborhood organizations – on how the city should move forward in regards to its minimum wage policy.
3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit From A Minimum Wage IncreaseSmall business owners can reduce the amount of employee turnover by providing a fair and healthy salary to their staff.
Fast-Food, Airport Workers Rally For $15 Minimum WageWorkers in Minnesota and across the country are expected to rally Tuesday, demanding better pay and benefits. Twin Cities workers gathered early Tuesday morning at a McDonald's restaurant in Minneapolis.
4 Things To Know: Deadly Plane Crash In Colombia, Minimum Wage, Apple & MoreFrom an airplane crashing in Colombia and killing 76 to Twin Cities workers rallying for higher minimum wage, here is a look at the top four stories from Nov. 29, 2016.
Mpls. Fast-Food Workers To Strike Tuesday For $15 An HourFast-food workers in Minneapolis plan to strike and risk arrest Tuesday as part of a nationwide push to raise wages to $15 an hour.
MN Supreme Court Reverses Mpls. Minimum Wage Judgement, Won't Be On BallotThe Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed the judgement of a Hennepin County District judge, who ruled that the $15 minimum wage measure should go to a city-wide vote in November.
Minn. Supreme Court To Hear $15 Minimum Wage AppealThe decision on whether to put the minimum wage of the city of Minneapolis on the ballot will be heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Minneapolis City Attorney Plans To Appeal $15 Min. Wage DecisionMinneapolis city officials are appealing a judge's decision to put a minimum wage vote on November's ballot.
Judge Rules In Favor Of $15 Minimum Wage Vote In Mpls.On Monday, Hennepin County Judge Susan Robiner ruled in favor of putting raising the minimum wage on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election.

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