MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Gideon Taylor has been working with the team at Hennepin County, Minnesota to create a new eForm to automate compliance with the Minnesota Wage Theft Prevention Act (https://www.dli.mn.gov/business/employment-practices/wage-theft-legislation-2019-and-summaries). The new Wage Theft eForm provides a comprehensive, PeopleSoft-based solution to meet the requirements of the Minnesota Wage Theft law that was passed earlier this year.
The solution leverages workflow-enabled acknowledgements, printable BI Publisher reports, and auto-generated forms and emails triggered by personnel actions. Beyond generating the initial wage theft statement when an employee is hired, any time a ‘qualifying event’ occurs, the employee is automatically sent a link to view, acknowledge, and print an updated wage theft statement. All of this is tracked within PeopleSoft as part of the employee’s personnel record.
The next phase of the Wage Theft solution will incorporate functionality to extend compliance to Minneapolis’ Wage Theft Ordinance and Sick & Safe requirements.
Faced with new compliance regulations? GT eForms could be your solution! The new Wage Theft eForm and dozens of other eForm templates for PeopleSoft are available as part of the GT eForm Library.
Watch our webinar with Hennepin County featuring a discussion and demonstration of their Wage Theft eform: Creating Custom Compliance Solutions for PeopleSoft.