NLRB’s Joint Employer Rule Delayed Two Weeks

A district court judge in Texas delayed the effective date of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB’s) joint employer rule two weeks, pushing it from Feb. 26 to March 11. Read more here.

Don’t Believe the Myths!

Don’t believe the myth that the #JobKillingJointEmployer rule will not impact jobs. Joint employer liability comes at a high cost to large and small businesses alike, and these costs are rising. Get the…

Biden Franchising Regulations Delayed But Not Denied

Franchising provides a path to the American Dream for tens of thousands of women, minorities, veterans, and immigrants. The joint-employer rule (like other Biden labor regulations) will be a loss of opportunity and a loss to free enterprise. Read more from the Independent Women’s Forum.