Update: Minneapolis City Council Cancels November 4th Hearing and Postpones Paid Sick Leave Proposal

The Minneapolis City Council’s November 4th public meeting regarding the proposed sick leave ordinance has been canceled.  At a meeting today, the City Council voted to postpone its consideration of the proposed sick leave ordinance until 2016.  Instead, the Council voted to create a work group to study the proposed ordinance in more detail.  The work group is scheduled to report back to the City Council no later than February 24, 2016.  You can read more about the City Council’s decision at Minnpost.

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Posted on October 23, 2015, in Public Interest, Wage and Hour and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Update: Minneapolis City Council Cancels November 4th Hearing and Postpones Paid Sick Leave Proposal.

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