Notice Requirements to Current Employees
The Minneapolis law requires employers to provide all current employees with the information required on pre-hire notices no later than Jan. 1, 2020. The Minnesota law does not have a similar notice requirement for current employees.
However, the initial notices for Minnesota employees and Minneapolis employees both must be signed by the employee. Employers are also required to provide written notice of any changes to the employees before they take effect. Minneapolis notices of changes must be signed by the employee — this is not required under the Minnesota law.
Earnings Statement Requirements
Current state law already requires earnings statements be provided to employees either in writing or electronically at the end of each pay period.
If the earnings statement is provided electronically, the employer is required to provide employees access to an employer-owned computer during an employee’s regular working hours to review and print earnings statements. Specific information is required to be included in each earnings statement.
However, the new law requires additional information on employee’s earnings statements: