Q. We require all employees to provide us with bank account information so we can direct-deposit their pay. One of our employees has refused and has told us that she is not required accept electronic deposits of her pay. Is the employee correct?
A. Yes. Under Minnesota law, directdeposits must be voluntarily authorized, and employees may refuse to accept your electronic . In addition, if an employee accepts the automatic deposit service, you are required to deposit the funds into the account chosen by the employee.
Megan L. Anderson is an attorney with Gray Plant Mooty’s Employment Law Practice Group in Minneapolis. Concentrating her practice in employment law counseling and litigation, she regularly advises employers and provides training on a variety of employment law issues. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 632-3004.
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