Minimum Wage Advisory Committee
Function: Advise the Minnesota commissioner of labor and industry concerning rules relating to minimum wage.
The Minimum Wage Advisory Committee was created as part of the 1973 Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act that established a division of labor standards and sought to establish minimum wage and overtime compensation standards to maintain workers' health, efficiency, and general well-being.
The commissioner [of labor and industry] shall appoint an advisory committee composed of an equal number of not more than three representatives each of employers and employees and of not more than three disinterested persons representing the public, which he shall consult concerning the making and revising of administrative regulations.
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