Franchise Times: New Joint Employer Rule Draws Immediate Backlash as Franchisors Fear Liability


The National Labor Relations Board announced a final labor rule Thursday for determining joint employer status, broadening the definition and increasing the likelihood of franchisors being held liable with their franchisees for labor law violations.

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