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Fall 2019 Newsletter

What is Wage Theft?

More than 39,000 Minnesotans report having wages stolen each year by their employers, and that’s just the people who report wage theft. That’s why the Minnesota Legislature passed the strongest wage theft law in the country this past year. We know that wage theft is an issue for our members. Here are some questions to consider in order to make sure you don’t have any stolen wages:

  • Do you have a duty-free scheduled lunch? If not, that’s wage theft.
  • Are you working off the clock? If you are, that’s wage theft.
  • Has a supervisor ever altered your payroll without discussion?

If a supervisor has done this, that’s wage theft.If you think you might be experiencing lost wages after asking yourself these questions, contact your Union Rep. and/or the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry to hold your employer accountable and make sure you are being fairly paid for your time.

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Summer 2019

Ready to Bargain!

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Winter 2019

Time to be Thankful!

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Spring 2018

New Executive Director

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Winter 2018

Minneapolis Custodial Engineers File for a Union Election

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Fall 2017

The Power to Make it Happen!

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Spring 2017

Legislative 2017 Session Wrap Up

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Winter 2017

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Spring 2016

2016 Member of the Year: Stella Sola

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Winter 2016

Hamline Adjunct Faculty Win Historic First Contract

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