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Insight
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July 13, 2016

NLRB Paves the Way for Bargaining Units Composed of Employees of Two Different Employers

The NLRB has held a union seeking to represent employees in a bargaining unit composed of employees solely employed by a “user employer” and those it jointly employees with a temporary labor provider is not required to obtain the consent of both employers

Littler Report
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July 12, 2016

2016 Executive Employer Survey Report

The fifth annual report examines the legal, economic and social issues having the greatest impact on…

WPI Report
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April 5, 2016

Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report — April 2016

This month's edition of WPI's Insider Report includes articles on the Administration's push to finalize rules before the November elections, legislative and litigation steps to thwart those efforts, and state bills and ordinances that have advanced.

ASAP
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March 24, 2016

Michigan Franchisors Not Joint Employers of Employees of Franchisees Absent Agreement

Michigan recently amended state law to make it clear that unless otherwise specifically provided for in the franchise agreement, a franchisee is considered the sole employer of workers to whom it pays wages or provides a benefit plan.

ASAP
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January 27, 2016

DOL to Revive Survey to Assess Members of "Gig" Economy

The changing nature of employment, including the move to more online-based commerce, has increased the number of on-demand or "gig" workers. The DOL now seeks an official government record of these workers.

ASAP
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January 20, 2016

DOL Issues Guidance on Joint Employment under FLSA

The Department of Labor's Wage & Hour Division has issued an Administrator's Interpretation establishing new standards for determining joint employment under the FLSA and the MSPA.

Insight
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December 16, 2015

Oregon Supreme Court Case Reminds Businesses about the Complexity of Independent Contractor Classification

A recent decision by the Oregon Supreme Court demonstrates that classifying workers as either employees or independent contractors can be complicated and difficult.

ASAP
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September 10, 2015

Bill Seeks to Overturn NLRB's New Joint Employment Standard

After returning from the August congressional recess, lawmakers were quick to introduce a bill that would negate the National Labor Relations Board's recent decision in Browning-Ferris.

Insight
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August 28, 2015

NLRB Imposes New "Indirect Control" Joint Employer Standard in Browning-Ferris

On August 27, 2015, the last day of Harry Johnson, III's term as a Board member, the National Labor Relations Board issued its long-awaited decision in Browning-Ferris Industries of California, Inc.

ASAP
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July 29, 2015

Lawmakers Introduce Worker Misclassification Legislation

Two weeks after the U.S. Department of Labor issued an Administrator's Interpretation cautioning that "most workers are employees," Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Al Franken (D-MN) introduced a bill targeting worker misclassification.

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