Consumer Law

Minnesota Labor Regulators Are Seeking $2.4 Million for Construction Workers in Historic Wage Theft Case

Minnesota labor regulators are seeking $2.4 million in back wages and damages for 25 construction workers in the largest wage theft case ever brought by the state Department of Labor and Industry.

State regulators allege two subcontractors — Property Maintenance and Construction and Advantage Construction — cheated workers out of wages at 19 apartment buildings in Minnesota.

Among the high-profile projects: Viking Lakes apartments in Eagan, developed by the Wilf family owners of the Minnesota Vikings at the NFL team’s headquarters.

Read the source article at Minnesota Reformer

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