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Mastering Minnesota’s new employment laws & exempt employee salary threshold


Held live on Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Minnesota employers faced a wave of changes in the 2023 Legislative Session with new regulations being implemented now and in the coming years. Additionally, on April 23rd, the Department of Labor announced a new rule raising the salary threshold for exempt employees that will go into effect July 1, 2024. We gathered valuable insights to help you navigate these new realities.

Abdo’s HR & Payroll advisors and employment attorneys from Blethen Berens held a session packed with practical advice and real-world examples. They delved into:

  • Employee Sick and Safe Time (ESST): What we know, what’s challenging, and best practices
  • Minnesota Paid Family Leave: What we know, what we don’t know yet, and important things to start considering now
  • The New Salary Threshold for Exempt Employees: What you need to know to ensure your employees are classified correctly by July 1, 2024.

Stay ahead of the curve! You can access the recording from this session as well as the session slide deck by clicking here.


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Leah Davis, CPA

With experience and empathy, Leah develops customized solutions to help employers solve their people challenges.

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