Posts Tagged ‘joint employer’

NLRB reverses course on joint employers and employee handbooks

Whether it’s investigations, interpretations or lawsuits, actions taken by the National Labor Relations Board significantly impact employers and how they run their businesses. Decisions made by the Labor Board can apply to both unionized and non-unionized employers. Because other employment regulatory agencies like the Department of Labor and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have, on…

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Department of Labor withdraws joint employer guidance

A joint employer relationship can arise in circumstances where an individual performs work for two entities that share control over how that individual performs his/her work. Although joint employment relationships are most commonly found with companies that use temporary employees, staffing agencies or independent contractors, it can also apply to franchisor-franchisee and contractor-subcontractor relationships. When…

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Labor Board’s joint employer decision sure to cause headaches

The National Labor Relations Board, which enforces labor laws for both unionized and non-unionized employers, recently issued a ruling on joint employer status for companies using temporary workers through staffing agencies that could have a far-reaching effect on attempts by unions to organize more employers. Right now, nearly three million U.S. workers are employed through temporary agencies.

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Q&A WITH MICHAEL AVERY » Is your company a joint employer with the government?

McAfee & Taft trial lawyer and EmployerLINC contributor Michael Avery was featured in a Q&A article in The Oklahoman discussing whether a private contractor could be considered a joint employer with a governmental entity in employment-related causes of actions, including unlawful discrimination under Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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