Different laws have different ways of defining who is considered an employee.
Cities can't just go to the bank and take out a loan, so what can they do when they need to borrow money?
Here's a brief overview of important aspects of the law, along with some common areas of non-compliance.
Managers are addressing unconscious biases so that they can be ready for the workforce of the future.
Cities can regulate the placement of towers and other personal wireless service facilities.
A new state law allows cities to donate surplus equipment to certain nonprofits.
While the Minnesota Public Employee Labor Relations Act defines several items as unfair labor practices, how the law plays out in the real world is not so well-defined.
Ice arenas across the country have big—and expensive—changes to consider soon when the popular refrigerant Freon is banned.
When new technology emerges, it may take time for the law to catch up.
Are the people working for your city employees or independent contractors?
Can a Minnesota city require its officials and employees to live in the city?
Don't let your city's social media policy run afoul of labor relations laws.
Data from Pew Research Center showing the percentage of American adults that use social media.