Minnesota Employers Can’t Refuse Workers’ Right To Vote

Published On: November 4th, 20220.3 min readCategories: Covid-19, Featured, Latest Headlines, Local News, News

There isn’t a good excuse to miss voting in Minnesota’s midterm elections next week.  Employers are required by state law to give employees paid time off to go vote if polling hours interfere with scheduled work time.  The Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office says employers can ask workers to coordinate their absences, but they can’t refuse or limit workers’ right to vote.

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