An employer shall not discharge or otherwise discipline an employee as a result of an earnings garnishment authorized by this chapter.
If an employer violates this section, a court may order the reinstatement of an aggrieved party who demonstrates a violation of this section, and other relief the court considers appropriate. The aggrieved party may bring a civil action within 90 days of the date of the prohibited action. If an employer-employee relationship existed before the violation of this section, the employee shall recover twice the wages lost as a result of this violation.
The rights guaranteed by this section may not be waived or altered by employment contract.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes