August 16, 2016

What Does The Future Hold For Joint Employers?

In an article for Law 360, Faegre Baker Daniels associate Ryan Funk explained how recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions have altered the way unions can organize based on changes to the joint employer doctrine. A union is no longer required to receive employer consent to create a unit that combines both direct employees and joint employees.

“This latest development gives unions new ways of using the NLRB joint employer doctrine to organize,” said Funk. “It also leaves employers wondering what exactly has changed, what lies ahead and what it means for their business relationships.”

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