Did you know that Women Venture's loan program offers loan capital from $1,000 to $50,000 to qualified new and existing business owners? Learn more here.
On Tuesday, February 4th, the MN Business Tax Education Partnership is hosting this practical day long seminar. Take a guided tour through the maze of state and federal employment tax and other employer reporting requirements. Your tour guides will be experts on topics such as: withholding, quarterly and annual reports, wage reporting, workers comp and more. Learn more and register for this FREE event.
Meet local talent and discover CareerForce resources for employers! You are cordially invited to exhibit at the Wednesday, February 19 South Minneapolis Career Fair from 9 a.m. until noon (exhibitor arrival begins at 8:15).
This event will take place at the South Minneapolis CareerForce location, at 777 East Lake Street. There is no charge to exhibit, and ample parking is available - at no cost - in the CareerForce lot. We anticipate an excellent turnout, and are actively promoting this event through social media, local radio, and more!
To reserve your space, please follow this link to complete to a brief survey:
Employer Registration at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XJ59WCQ
Registration will close on Friday, 1/31/20.
Hennepin County offers grants to start or improve waste reduction, recycling and organics recycling at businesses including non-profits and multifamily properties. Learn about the grants and additional resources ...
Learn more about Smart Salting practices at this event hosted by the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization. Warm up with hot cocoa and treats while you learn ways to prevent slippery sidewalks using methods that prevent pollution in local waterbodies. Tour the Columbia Heights Library and learn how features built into its landscape reduce the need to use deicers, add winter beauty, and filter out water pollutants in the spring. Participate in a fun, hands-on demonstration and take home your own copy of the MWMO’s Good Neighbor Guide.
Wednesday, February 5 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Columbia Heights Library
3939 Central Ave NE
This program is free, but Registration is required.
Come out on Saturday, February 15 for the 10th annual Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Fundraiser. The event will feature a wine, beer, and spirits tasting, delicious treats, jazz music by Joel Shapira, and a one of a kind silent auction. Purchase tickets here.
Saturday, February 15
Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Join us weekly at Tapestry for a social dance class dedicated to 55+ beginning January 3. No experience required • Instructions provided • No partner needed • All abilities warmly invited • $3• Scholarships available • Drop-ins welcome • Snacks provided!
Seniors Joyfully Dancing around the world
Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Ave
Please take a few minutes to share with us what your experience has been!
We are working with the Seward Civic and Commerce Association (SCCA) and the City of Minneapolis Small Business Team to plan a meeting on City inspections. We need to hear from you to understand what areas need improvement! Please share your stories, concerns, and questions about city inspections for businesses and commercial properties.
What particular areas have been the most frustrating?
Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-298-4699.
Effective January 1, 2020, the City has adopted parts of the state’s new wage theft law, providing another avenue to employees for recovery of unpaid wages. The City’s wage theft prevention ordinance additionally requires employers in Minneapolis to provide sick and safe time accrual and use balances on all earnings statements, and distribute a Minneapolis labor poster to all new hires.
Under the ordinance, employers must:
Resources for businesses:
You can find an example prehire notice, FAQs, and Minneapolis labor posters atminneapolismn.gov/laborenforcement.