MinnPost staff On notice. The Star Tribune’s Andy Mannix reports: “The city of Minneapolis has cited more than 60 employers since July for failing to abide by a new ordinance that guarantees workers an allotment of sick days without retribution from management. … The infractions range from minor oversights — such as not posting the new rules inside the business — to more significant, such as denying mandatory sick days to employees even after being contacted by city inspectors. … Because the ordinance is so new, the city won't start issuing fines to violators until July. But some have still paid.”Teacher-contract agreement reached in Minneapolis. MPR’s Matt Sepic reports: “After 10 months of bargaining, teachers in Minneapolis...
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Minneapolis cites more than 60 employers for sick-leave ordinance violations