Minneapolis is looking for people to advise the city on workplace regulations.

The city began soliciting applications Thursday for the new Workplace Advisory Committee, which was created in the wake of new rules requiring employers to offer sick leave.

The 16-person committee will discuss workplace policies and advise the city on their implementation. It will have an initial focus on the rollout of the city’s new sick leave policy, which goes into effect in July 2017.

The committee’s members will include people representing business associations, large and small businesses, nonprofits, organized labor and employees.

The mayor and City Council will make the appointments. To apply, visit tinyurl.com/workplacecommittee.