Earned Sick and Safe Time Resources
Earned Sick and Safe Time Tracking Tool
Earned Sick and Safe Time Notice Poster
Duluth Workforce Development
The City of Duluth’s Workforce Development (DWD) Department has been serving the Duluth community since 1968 with quality employment and training services. As a partner in CareerForce, the state of Minnesota’s career development and talent matching resource, DWD offers a variety of programs and services to both career seekers and employers. New and existing Duluth businesses interested in getting help with their workforce needs can learn more by visiting https://duluthmn.gov/workforce-development/
Duluth Business Development
The City of Duluth’s Business and Economic Development Department provides community information and referral services, technical and financial resources, and one on one guidance to help support prosperity and growth in Duluth. Key activities include providing technical assistance to businesses and entrepreneurs, facilitating public land purchases and sales, supporting development, and site redevelopment. The Business and Economic Development Department is focused on helping existing businesses grow and new businesses get started. New and existing Duluth businesses can learn more by visiting https://duluthmn.gov/planning-development/business-development/about-business-development/
City of Duluth Jurisdictional Boundaries
The Earned Sick and Safe Time Law applies to employees that spend more than 50% of their annual working time within the city limits of Duluth.
To determine whether a workplace is within the city limits of Duluth you can use the Saint Louis County Land Explorer at https://gis.stlouiscountymn.gov/landexplorer/
In May 2019, the Legislature passed a new Minnesota Wage Theft Prevention Act to create additional protections for workers, including criminal penalties for employers that commit wage theft, which occurs when employers do not pay their workers what is owed them for the work they have performed. A failure to provide earned sick and safe time to eligible employees can constitute wage theft.
Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry
The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is the state agency with the authority to investigate violations of and enforce Minnesota’s wage and hour laws.
For additional information, please visit http://www.dli.mn.gov/business/employment-practices/wage-theft-legislation-2019-and-summaries
Minnesota Attorney General
The Attorney General’s Office has broad authority to investigate violations of Minnesota’s wage-related laws, including the Minnesota Wage Theft Prevention Act.
For more information, please visit https://www.ag.state.mn.us/Consumer/Publications/CommonEmploymentIssues.asp
To ask a question or request an ESST training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 218-730-5251
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