Tag Archives: Browning-Ferris

Labor Board Moves to Clear the Confusion on Joint Employment

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On Friday, September 14, 2018, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the latest attempt to address the “joint employer” standard under the National Labor Relations Act. The proposed rule states that a separate entity will be considered a joint employer “only if the two employers share or codetermine … Continue reading this entry

NLRB Overrules Controversial Joint-Employer Decision

In their latest client alert, Gardere’s global supply network team discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s Hy-Brand decision, which reverses their stance on joint employment set forth in the 2015 Browning-Ferris ruling. While this development is certainly relevant to franchisors, we also want to take this opportunity to share the information with our clients, colleagues … Continue reading this entry

Expanded Joint Employer Standard Under Attack; What Employers Should Do in the Meantime

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It appears that the days of expanded joint employer liability may be numbered, as the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) 2015 Browning-Ferris decision comes under attack on multiple fronts.… Continue reading this entry

Joint Employer Standard Causing Jurisdictional Headaches

Ever since the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) blew open the joint employer concept last year in Browning-Ferris, it has been a rocky road for all involved to understand the implications of this new standard. The latest bump involves a question of jurisdiction: What happens when one of the joint employers is subject to the … Continue reading this entry

Decoding the NLRB’s New Joint Employer Standard

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) made major changes to the concept of joint employers in 2015, culminating in what many felt was a head spinning decision in August, known as Browning-Ferris, setting a new standard for determining if two entities are joint employers. That NLRB decision stepped beyond a review of one business’s actual exercise of … Continue reading this entry