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Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act

Pride in one's work is the cornerstone of our nation's success. Minneapolis residents embody this on a daily basis. Just as employees wish to perform their jobs well, employers are tasked with providing safe and healthy work environments that facilitate this good level of performance. This includes respecting the civil rights of all workers, providing employee benefits, preventing illegal workplace discrimination and more. One such right guaranteed to all employees by law is the ability to take time away from a job for select personal reasons without fear of losing the job for doing so.

Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act

Pride in one's work is the cornerstone of our nation's success. Minneapolis residents embody this on a daily basis. Just as employees wish to perform their jobs well, employers are tasked with providing safe and healthy work environments that facilitate this good level of performance. This includes respecting the civil rights of all workers, providing employee benefits, preventing illegal workplace discrimination and more. One such right guaranteed to all employees by law is the ability to take time away from a job for select personal reasons without fear of losing the job for doing so.

Contracting out to avoid paying employee benefits?

In Minnesota, many large and small businesses alike have been forced to make significant changes to how they function in order to weather this extended season of financial instability. Such changes often include pay cuts and/or layoffs for employees. And while many Minnesota workers have braced themselves for the unfortunate prospect of losing their jobs in recent years, some are facing another type of threat to their livelihood. Employment law investigations are currently under way to determine if some Minnesota organizations may actually be misidentifying workers in an effort to skirt funding some key benefits.

Contracting out to avoid paying employee benefits?

In Minnesota, many large and small businesses alike have been forced to make significant changes to how they function in order to weather this extended season of financial instability. Such changes often include pay cuts and/or layoffs for employees. And while many Minnesota workers have braced themselves for the unfortunate prospect of losing their jobs in recent years, some are facing another type of threat to their livelihood. Employment law investigations are currently under way to determine if some Minnesota organizations may actually be misidentifying workers in an effort to skirt funding some key benefits.