Tag Archives: Browning-Ferris

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

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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

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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