Reports & Data
As a result of the City of Minneapolis Public Health Emergency Declaration on March 16th, 2020, the Department of Civil Rights is operating in a modified capacity and will be unable to hold in-person intakes, filings, or meetings. Please utilize our website to file complaints or inquiries. Additionally, you can file a complaint or inquiry by contacting Minneapolis 311.
Phone: 311 (within city of Minneapolis) -or- (612) 673-3000
Text: 311TXT or 311898 to start your text
E-Mail: [email protected]
Staff are still available as usual during business hours and will respond to e-mails and voicemails per usual.
Welcome to the Labor Standards Enforcement Division Data Portal
The Labor Standards Enforcement Division’s data portal offers real time transparency and accountability. Explore data across the tabs below to track enforcement, from inquiry and allegations to outcomes and impact. Additional explanation is available below the portal. (Click here to view on mobile devices.)
1 Inquiries are emails and phone calls received by the Department to clarify legal requirements and troubleshoot. Department staff provides free consultations to the public, without legal risk. Wishes to remain anonymous are respected..
2 Types of Allegations categorizes all Reports of Violations (the initial stage of an investigation) filed with the Department.
3 Investigations Active captures and counts currently ongoing matters (i.e. unresolved Reports of Violation).
4 Investigations Closed tallies all resolutions and categorizes outcomes. Settlements indicate that an employer agreed to take corrective, remedial action as the result of a Report of Violation and ensuing investigation.
5 Monitoring requires verification that settlement terms or compliance orders are followed faithfully and fully.
6 Monetary Remedies are compensation for employees to cure past harm. Penalties awarded the department deter future violations. All money awarded to date is displayed.
7 Employees Affected counts all employees benefited by all enforcement actions to date.
City Council Reports
The Minneapolis City Council directs the Civil Rights Department, together with other affected departments, to report quarterly to the City Council on progress related to implementation of the Sick and Safe Time Ordinance.
Last updated Mar 18, 2020