February 27, 2020

Matthew Fontana Discusses NLRB Change to Joint Employer Definition With Daily Journal

Matthew Fontana discussed the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rollback of the Obama-era joint employer definition with the Daily Journal.

Under the NLRB's final rule, a company can only be a joint employer if it exercises "substantial direct and immediate control over one or more essential terms and conditions of employment of another employer's employees."

While the rule takes effect on April 27, labor attorneys suggest it could have special consequences in California and provide increased protections for employers. 

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