Here is what happened: I arrived from another state to Minneapolis to work for a contract – was supposed to last for up to 10 months. Their contract with my company states that there should be a 30 days notification in case there is a termination
contract for any reason. They actually never returned a signed contract to me – I signed and sent it to them. No Laptops Are Available. I with other two folks came in for work – and the VERY next day we learned that the laptops are not available yet for all
of us. So they let us to go home……. Just like THAT…. Said will be available in 2 weeks time. Then they called – accused me of ‘Rubbing everybody the first day – and asked not to come back’. The company asked me to send an invoice for only 2 days that I was
there – and just forget about everything else. Questions: Since it is in Minnesota (Minneapolis): 1 – Are there any Employment related Organizations – where I should/can file a Complains against the company. Actually two companies. One was a very major consulting
company and the other was the one where the work was suppose to happen. So far I found this: http://mn.gov/mdhr/ and http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/civilrights/ Any others? 2 – I am familiar with the following – at a Federal Law level: Fair Labor
Act, But need to get more related info about Minnesota related laws. Could you help? 3 – Since I arrived from another state – and already returned to my home state – are there any implications – Residency related when I file my complains – per Minnesota laws?
Or regardless of my current residency – if it happened in Minnesota and the contract was supposed to be executed there and was bridged there – I can file – even being back to my home state? 4 – How to get an HR’s and Legal’s Dept fax and/or address of these
companies? In case they do not publish it online. These are major companies. If any questions – it is better to ask for clarification… I do expect and welcome it. Thank you very much!