co-employment

Joint employment and overtime pay on DOL agenda

|October 17th, 2018|

The overtime pay threshold and joint employment are on the Labor Department's regulatory agenda this fall.
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California targets retailers for trucker misclassification

|September 26th, 2018|

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law making retailers in California jointly liable for labor law violations if they hire port trucking companies that misclassify workers as independent contractors or commit other violations.
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NLRB publishes proposed joint-employment standard

|September 19th, 2018|

The National Labor Relations Board moved last week to tighten its joint-employer standard. The new rule would mean fewer businesses would be considered joint employers.
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Joint liability: Companies must pay $4.6 million in SoCal wage case

|June 13th, 2018|

The Cheesecake Factory was found jointly liable after a subcontractor underpaid 559 janitorial workers at several of its Southern California locations.
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NLRB confirms plans to revisit joint employment standard

|June 6th, 2018|

The National Labor Relations Board confirmed to lawmakers it will revisit its joint employer standard by summer, this time using rulemaking procedures.
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On the risk spectrum: GDPR, #MeToo and beyond

|March 21st, 2018|

2018 brings an abundance of legal changes and developments expected to impact the workforce environment globally. Stay on top of what’s coming up.
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Procurement or HR? Why it needs to be both

|March 14th, 2018|

Industry experts have advised HR to take the lead in contingent workforce program management for years, and more are beginning to do so. But it does not have to be all or nothing. Read why in The Staffing Stream.

NLRB vacates ruling that overturned Browning-Ferris co-employment decision

|February 28th, 2018|

The National Labor Relations Board has vacated a recent ruling that overturned a key Obama-era co-employment precedent.
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But we closed due to bad weather. Why am I being billed?

|February 14th, 2018|

When inclement weather forces a shutdown, you may still be billed for your contingent workers. A Staffing Industry Review article discusses when contingents must still be paid due to site closures and other circumstances.
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Trump administration acts on co-employment, H-1B spouse work rights

|December 20th, 2017|

The NLRB has reversed a key Obama-era co-employment standard (Staffing Industry Analysts Daily News); the Department of Homeland Security is poised to revoke work authorization for spouses of H-1B visa holders (CNNmoney).
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