Co-employment

Dueling lawsuits over new joint employer rule

|June 12th, 2024|

Two separate cases have caused a dispute over the proper venue to litigate the measure.
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Senate repeals NLRB joint-employer rule, but Biden plans veto

|April 17th, 2024|

Legislators voted last week to repeal the new worker-friendly rule, which is currently tied up in federal court. Biden has promised to veto the Senate’s action.
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Construction firm to pay $350,000 in IC misclassification case

|April 10th, 2024|

DC-based Tricon Construction Inc. and four subcontractors allegedly misclassified 200 workers.
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Judge halts NLRB’s controversial joint-employer rule

|March 13th, 2024|

The agency’s chair vows the action “is not the last word” and is reviewing next steps.
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New joint-employer rule delayed as opposition mounts

|February 28th, 2024|

The federal judge’s delay of the NLRB rule change for determining joint-employer status highlights challenges the regulation faces from lawsuits and legislators. 
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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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