2 Minnesota Agencies Are Increasing Efforts To Enforce The New Wage Theft LawMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has added two lawyers to his office.
MNOSHA Sees Increase In Work-Related AmputationsThe Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MNOSHA) is urging employers to redouble their efforts in safety training after receiving an increase in reports of amputations.
Labor Report: 248K Hourly Workers Make $9.50 Or LessMinnesota raised its minimum wage to $9.50 an hour last year for employers with annual revenues of at least $500,000.
Lt. Governor Quietly Prepares State Workers For Layoff NoticesOn Monday, Minnesota is required by law to send out layoff notices. Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith is privately making the rounds of state agencies giving workers updates on the negotiations.
Reality Check: Minn.’s Minimum Wage Is Worth Less Now Than It Was In 1974Thousands of Minnesota workers earn a minimum wage that's less today than it was in 1974 -- that's among the findings of a new state report on the minimum wage from the state Department of Labor and Industry.
Charge: Trucking Company Boss Swindles Workers, Pockets MoneyThe owner of a trucking company faces a felony charge of theft by swindle for allegedly building a scheme network that allowed him to avoid paying employees the wages they earned.
I-TEAM Report On Electrical Inspections Getting ResultsAn I-TEAM investigation that sparked concerns about the risk of fire in hundreds of homes is getting results.
I-TEAM: Money For Home Inspections Used To Plug BudgetMinnesota is trying to dig itself out of a massive financial hole. The I-TEAM discovered some creative budgeting at the capitol in St. Paul could be putting your family's well-being and your biggest investment at risk.