2017 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 196 - 198 — VETERANS
Chapter 197 — VETERANS; REWARDS, PRIVILEGES
Section 197.4551 — PERMISSIVE PREFERENCE FOR VETERANS IN PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT.

Universal Citation: MN Stat § 197.4551 (2017)
197.4551 PERMISSIVE PREFERENCE FOR VETERANS IN PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT.

Subdivision 1. Preference permitted. A private, nonpublic employer may grant preference to a veteran in hiring and promotion.

Subd. 2. Preference for spouse of disabled or deceased veteran; definition. A private, nonpublic employer may grant preference in hiring and promotion to a spouse of a disabled veteran who has a service-connected permanent and total disability and to a surviving spouse of a deceased veteran. "Disabled veteran" in this subdivision means a person who has had a compensable service-connected disability as adjudicated by the United States Veterans Administration, or by the retirement board of one of the several branches of the armed forces.

Subd. 3. Equal employment opportunity law. Granting preference under subdivision 1 or 2 does not violate any local or state equal employment opportunity law, including, but not limited to, chapter 363A.

History: 2012 c 186 s 1

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