- Bloomington Chamber of Commerce
- Columbus Corporation / Park and Shop / LaSalle Court Parking
- Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Minneapolis Hotel Association
- Midwest Hardware Association
- Minneapolis Downtown Council
- Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Minnesota Bankers Association
- Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
- Minnesota Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners
- Minnesota Business Partnership
- Minnesota Grocers Association
- Minnesota Licensed Beverage Association
- Minnesota Lodging Association
- Minnesota Newspaper Association
- Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association
- Minnesota Petroleum Marketers Association
- Minnesota Recruiting and Staffing Association
- Minnesota Restaurant Association
- Minnesota Retailers Association
- Minnesota Service Station & Convenience Store Association
- National Federation of Independent Business
- River Heights Chamber of Commerce
- Shakopee Chamber of Commerce
- Tiger Oak Media
- Twin West Chamber of Commerce
- Warehouse District Business Association
Workforce Fairness Coalition
People from across Minneapolis share the same goal of making sure the city is a place where people can find good jobs in good workplaces that provide the wages and resources needed to help support families. We live in a complex environment where Minneapolis and the region compete for customers across the country and around the world.
Yet a group of city leaders are working on a plan they believe will help workers but will instead forever negatively change the relationship between employers and their employees. In a city with diverse communities and dynamic organizations of all sizes, city hall has come up with one “simple” plan, a one size fits all proposal that will greatly impact every business, non-profit and almost every employee across the city.
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the City would apply to all employers.
The greatest risk is that this overly simplified approach to how people work will not only not help people who need support, it threatens the innovative solutions offered today by many Minneapolis employers. Minneapolis is a city with great people, with fantastic ideas. We see this creativity and energy across the city. Rather than moving forward with ideas that won’t work, let's create a new conversation that can bring together better ideas that might actually help workers and continue to make Minneapolis a great place to work, live and do business.