Members of Congress Join IFA in Opposing Proposed Joint-Employer Standard


A group of congressional members sent letters to the National Labor Relations Board opposing a proposed joint-employer standard change.

In September, the NLRB announced that it was proposing to change the standard, replacing the one set in April 2020 with a rule closer to that of the one established in 2015. Under the proposed rule, two or more employers would be considered joint employers if they codetermine matters governing employees’ terms and conditions of employment.

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