Paul Woody Quoted in SHRM Article regarding NLRB Adopting an Expanded Joint-Employer Rule
The new rule broadens the criteria for determining joint employer status, stating that two entities are considered joint employers if they share or co-determine employees' essential terms and conditions of employment. Woody expressed concern about the NLRB's expanded rule, emphasizing the need for clear legal rules. He noted that the new rule introduces ambiguity to joint employer status, advising franchisor clients to carefully review their policies to navigate the complexities introduced by the change.
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