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Minnesota Leave Laws

Organ Donation Leave

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Who Is Eligible?

All employees who:

  1. Are employed by an employer who employs 20 or more employees at at least one of the employer's sites, and
  2. Have worked an average of 20 or more hours per week.

How Much Leave Can I Take?

The amount of leave may not exceed 40 work hours unless your employer agrees to a greater amount.

What Are Legitimate Reasons for Leave?

You may take leave if you are donating an organ or bone marrow to another person.

Is A Doctor's Note Required?

Your employer may require that a physician verify the purpose and length of the requested leave.

Researched and written by:

Lisa Gerson, Esq. McDermott Will & Emery LLP New York, NY

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