Co-employment

When co-employment is your financial friend

|November 15th, 2023|

Often considered a foe to the contingent workforce program, co-employment offers significant financial benefits, and avoiding it can put your program in peril.
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NLRB finalizes worker-friendly joint-employer status rule

|November 1st, 2023|

The board issued its final rule addressing the standard for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act.
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UK co-employment conundrum: Can a taxi driver have 2 employers?

|September 13th, 2023|

Co-employment is a recognized risk in the US, but a UK court rejected a taxi driver's claim. The ruling may ease fears held by clients of UK temporary work agencies.
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‘Not my employee’ clause offers the illusion of protection

|August 9th, 2023|

Staffing contract language meant to exclude contingent workers from an organization’s benefits plan could lead to greater risk. Learn what those dangers can be.
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Compliance: Grubhub misclassification finding may have big impact

|April 5th, 2023|

Joint employment and misclassification cases discussed include a Grubhub driver’s win, which could have a big impact on the gig economy despite the small financial award.
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Ruling says Google is joint employer of YouTube contract workers

|March 8th, 2023|

Alphabet, Google's parent company, is a joint employer of some YouTube workers subcontracted through Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., according to a NLRB ruling.
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IC classification and joint employment on agencies’ agendas

|January 11th, 2023|

Final rules on independent contractor classification and joint employment are among the Biden administration’s regulatory agenda this year, according to the US Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
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NLRB to revisit joint employment issue again

|September 14th, 2022|

The NLRB will revisit the issue of joint employment as it considers the relationship between client companies and staffing firms when it comes to union representation. However, experts warn of concerns if contingents are included.
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Court sends Browning-Ferris back to NLRB

|August 3rd, 2022|

A US circuit court ruled the National Relations Labor Board in 2020 improperly applied its standard to conclude that Browning-Ferris Industries wasn’t a joint employer.
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Joint-employer ping pong continues

|June 29th, 2022|

The National Labor Relations Board officially put redefining joint-employer classification on its agenda; the public comment process should open in September.
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