A notice of an intent to strike must be in writing and served upon the employer and the commissioner under parts 5510.2410 to 5510.3210. The notice is timely when the requirements of Minnesota Statutes, section 179A.18, have been fulfilled.
The dates the right to strike matures and terminates shall be determined by the commissioner in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 179A.18, and the commissioner shall provide written notice of the dates to the parties. No strike shall commence during the first ten days after receipt of a notice of intent to strike.
Except for teachers, a notice of intent to strike may be renewed by serving a written notice on the employer and the commissioner not sooner than five days before the termination of a right to strike. In the event the renewal is served, a new ten-day waiting period shall apply and the commissioner shall reestablish the dates when the right to strike matures and terminates. Teachers are limited to one intent to strike notice per contract negotiation period.
MS s 179A.04
13 SR 1275
June 11, 2008