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When can a Domestic Worker Be Excluded from Coverage?


MN Statute 176.041 subdivision 1 (14) states that a domestic worker would be excluded from coverage if - " a person employed as a household worker in, for, or about a private home or household who earns less than $1,000 in cash in a three-month period from a single private home or household provided that a household worker who has earned $1,000 or more from the household worker's present employer in a three-month period within the previous year is covered by this chapter regardless of whether or not the household worker has earned $1,000 in the present quarter"