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The Minnesota State Council's mission is to share expertise and facilitate thought leadership to advanced human capital  practices across Minnesota.

With a goal of developing professionals and serving the HR profession, the Minnesota State Council is a communication link between the chapters, council leaders, SHRM and the HR Certification Institute.


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News You Need To Know

  • 3 Mar 2022 1:15 PM | Christine Strak (Administrator)

    My name is Justin Terch, and I am the Director of Legislative Affairs for MNSHRM. I am inviting you MNSHRM's first ever Legislative Conference on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 from 1pm - 3:30pm via Zoom!

    Cost? $0. Thanks to your membership fees and your attendance at the annual State Conference in October, this event is free and open to all members of our local chapters and national SHRM members!

    Time/Place? This conference will be held in a "short format" from 1pm to 3:30pm via Zoom. You can register to attend here.

    What? This conference will include updates from MNSHRM Leadership on employment related legislation being discussed at the Minnesota State Capitol.

    We are pleased to welcome Jason Gabhart, the Director of State Affairs for SHRM! Jason will present on state legislative issues, trends, challenges, and tips on advocacy for everyday SHRM Members!

    Additionally, we are excited to announce that Senator Robert Pratt, Chairman of the Minnesota Senate Jobs Committee will be speaking to the conference to update MNSHRM members on important activities within his committee including an attempt to amend the MN Wage Theft Act to make it easier for HR Professionals to administer.

    Additional speakers will be announced as they are confirmed!

    Click here to register.

  • 13 Feb 2022 7:02 AM | Christine Strak (Administrator)

    I am writing to you today because the democrat led Minnesota House of Representatives will be addressing House File 2062 which can be accessed here.

    This law would increase some flexibility into the MN Wage Theft Act including allowing more time for the form to be completed (you would have up to the first pay date instead of needing to be completed before work commences).  It would also explicitly allow you to serve the document electronically.  More importantly, you would be able to provide a salary range for the position instead of a specific dollar figure.  

    The link above will show you the details of what would be changed.  Underlined words would be added to the law and strikethroughs indicate parts that would be removed.

    The House Labor Committee will be discussing that bill on Wednesday 2/16 at 3pm.  I invite you to sign up to testify via Zoom in support of the bill.  There is no guarantee there will be time for everyone but you should sign up anyway and be prepared to discuss how this bill would be benefit you, your organization, and your employees.  Remember to speak in terms of your personal experience and how it would affect you - not just theoretically but practically!

    Feel free to share this with your members as well.  We want the MN House to hear MN SHRM members!!!!

    For additional information, contact the MNSHRM Legislative Director, Justin Terch.

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