Small Business Owners Set To Speak Before the Senate Against NLRB


By F. Peter Brown, Western Journalism

A group of small business owners is set to speak before the Senate about the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) today, arguing that a key ruling by the board has significantly hurt their businesses.

The board issued a controversial ruling last year that franchisors are now considered joint-employers with their individual franchisees.

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