NEWS & INSIGHTS
Effective July 1, 2022 there are changes to the minimum wage rates for all businesses in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Please refer to the charts below. More information on the Minneapolis minimum wage rate change can be found here. For additional information on the St....
Minnesota’s New Frontline Worker Pay Law – Requirements for Employers (** See 6/7/2022 Update at the End of This 6/2/2022 Article **)
This spring (2022), Minnesota established a new program that will provide certain eligible COVID-19 frontline workers with a bonus payment issued by the State. This includes employees of several types of private sector businesses. This means that employers...
Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean Joins Other Community Partners to Help Maggie Manor Too Apartment Homes Remain Affordable
Community partners involved in the Maggie Manor Too project include Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean, Gordon James construction firm, and Scherer Bros. Lumber Co.
It’s a Hot Housing Market! Here’s What You Need to Know About the Arbitration Form Before You Buy or Sell.
In the excitement of finding just the right house or buyer, will you know what to do when faced with the Arbitration Disclosure and Residential Real Property Arbitration Agreeme
FLSA Misclassification: Common Mistakes that Employers Make When Classifying Their Employees as “Exempt” from Overtime Requirements
Misclassification of employees under the FLSA can be a costly mistake. In this alert, we highlight
A hybrid and remote work policy will provide expectations and guidelines for your employees and sets out clear expectations.
Minnesota business owners: the state's minimum wage is increasing on January 1, 2022. See the chart below for details and also for key dates for minimum wage changes in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
This past summer, Minnesota enacted a new passthrough entity (PTE) tax for years beginning after December 31, 2020….Here are some things to consider.
Minnesota has enacted a Pass-Through Entity (PTE) Tax as a way to work around state and local tax (SALT) deduction limits. This article explains how this impacts your business.