2005 Minnesota Statutes - 181.10 — Wages paid every 15 days.
181.10 Wages paid every 15 days.
Every employer employing any person to labor or perform service on any project of a transitory nature, such as the construction, paving, repair, or maintenance of roads or highways, sewers or ditches, clearing land, or the production of forest products or any other work that requires the employee to change the employee's place of abode, shall pay the wages or earnings of the person at intervals of not more than 15 days at the place of employment or in close proximity to the place of employment.
HIST: (4140-1) 1933 c 223 s 1; 1986 c 444; 1997 c 83 s 4
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