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When Your Employer Does Not Pay

As employers struggle to pay bills and keep the lights on many have reduced staffing in human resources and accounting departments or bringing payroll in house which leads to struggles in paying employees correctly.  When these services begin to fail employers will find themselves in trouble with employee wage laws. An unfortunate byproduct of a poor economy is the reality that some employers will not pay employees wages when they leave their employment.  Minnesota law strictly states that under Minnesota Statute Section 181.14, that when an employee leaves a job, wages earned must be paid no later than the next

Minnesota Unemployment Requirements for Employers

Employers terminating and laying off employees need to make sure they are following the laws regarding unemployment insurance under both federal and state laws.  Minnesota employers are required to meet certain requirements to be in compliance with Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Law.  Minnesota employers should also be aware that even employees fired for poor performance will be entitled to Minnesota unemployment insurance benefits. First, Minnesota employers must register for an employer account.  Minnesota requires any individual or organization that pays covered wages to register with the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program.  Minnesota requires that this registration be done prior to the due

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