Category Archives: Joint-Employer

Striking New Ground: Union Files NLRB Charges Against Company Even Though It Doesn’t Employ Affected Workers

A fast-growing, socially conscious new economy startup would hardly seem a likely target for an intensive battle with organized labor, especially when the company has built a solid reputation for paying above-market wages and benefits. But today’s labor environment is … Continue reading

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Employers Await Clarification On Joint Employment Standards Following NLRB Shift

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent ruling in Browning-Ferris Industries of California, et al., Case 32-RC-1009684 (August 27, 2015), has raised concerns among employers for its apparent shift in position regarding the standard for assessing joint employer status under … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit Establishes “Snapshot” and Contemporaneous Documentation Requirements for Employers

The Fifth Circuit recently issued a decision that impacts joint employer liability, perceived disability under ADAAA and the dangers of revisiting employee performance reviews. Michael Maslanka, a regular contributor to Texas Lawyer, wrote an article last month called, “L&E Plaintiff … Continue reading

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