APi Group Handbook Supplement MN Employees

APi Group Employee Handbook 2017  Supplement for Minnesota Employees 

Equal Employment Opportunity  In addition to the protected characteristics as set forth in the main Employee Handbook, in  Minnesota, discrimination on the basis of the following characteristics also is prohibited: marital  status, familial status, status with regard to public assistance and sexual orientation.  ReasonableAccommodation In accordance with the federal, state and local law, the Company w i l l provide reasonable  accommodations to known physical or mental limitations of a qualified employee with a disability  unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the Company. Reasonable  accommodation may be, depending on all the circumstances, modification or adjustment to a job,  the work environment, or the way things usually are done that enables an employee with a disability  to perform the essential functions of a job, and to enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment.  In accordance with Minn. Stat. 181.9414, the Company will provide reasonable accommodations to  an employee for health conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth if requested by the employee,  with the advice of her licensed health care provider or certified doula, unless the  accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the Company.  The Company will provide  more frequent restroom, food, and water breaks, seating, and limits on lifting over twenty (20)  pounds without proof of medical necessity.  Wage Disclosure Protection Under Minn. Stat. 181.172, employees have the right to disclose their own wages to others  if they choose to do so. The Company does not, and will not, require employees to sign a waiver  or any other document purporting to deny that right. The Company also will not take any  adverse employment action against employees for disclosing their own wages or discussing other  employees’ wages that have been disclosed voluntarily.  However, there is no obligation for any employee to disclose their wages.  Personnel in the  company whose roles and responsibilities include access to wage information (payroll, benefits,  etc.) are not permitted to disclose that information to other employees.  Also, the Company does If an employee is in need of reasonable accommodation, he/she should make a request in writing  to your Company manager and supervisor. 


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