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Small Business Series: Wage and Hour Issues

Employment Law

About this seminar

"Wage & Hour Issues for Minnesota Small Businesses"

The “Small Business Series” is a program geared for small businesses and is sponsored by Hellmuth & Johnson and Twin Cities MetroIBA. 

The June 22nd program will feature Hellmuth & Johnson attorney Jason Raether. His presentation will cover some of the most frequent wage and hour problem areas that confront Minnesota businesses, with a special focus on small and medium sized employers. Topics will include: 

  • Minimum wage laws
  • Issues with tipped employees
  • The changing field of overtime laws
  • Wage deductions 
  • Prevailing wages 

The seminar will also review the procedure for wage enforcement, as well as best practices to reduce liability for wage violations. A brief question and answer session will follow, time permitting.

Date & Time

Thursday, June 22, 2017
7:30am - Registration & Networking
8:00am to 9:00am - Program
*Continental breakfast will be provided*

Presenter

Jason Raether focuses his practice on commercial litigation, employment law, and labor issues.  Leveraging management experience gained prior to law school along with his work as a judicial law clerk, he brings to clients a keen understanding of legal issues, business objectives, and the value of applying a fresh perspective to every challenge.  Jason particularly enjoys working with small businesses because he understands the personal sacrifice and passion required to succeed in a competitive marketplace.

With questions contact Samantha at sserratore@hjlawfirm.com or at (952) 746-2151. 

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