Your Hamburgers Are About to Get More Expensive. You Can Blame Washington.


“Can a business expand its labor costs by 40% without any corresponding increase in productivity or income? The only way your local franchisee will survive the NLRB’s joint employer rule is by hiking prices or cutting employee hours. Customers, business owners, and employees — the very constituents the regulation is intended to help — are all worse off.”

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