Last week, NLRB proposed regulations to ease and simplify its Joint-Employer rule.
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The NLRB has extended its request for information on the 2014 “Ambush” Election Rule which NSBA has opposed in the past and once again submitted comments calling for the rule to be fully rescinded.
This week, two House committees will hold hearings on two key issues that could greatly impact small business and entrepreneurship: the joint-employer rule and broad tax reform. ritical importance to America's small businesses. On Wednesday, July 12, the House Committee on Education and the Workforce will discuss the expanded definition of joint employer under federal labor laws and how it could hamper entrepreneurship. Then on Thursday, the Ways and Means Tax Policy Subcommittee will discuss how tax reform could ease small-business ownership.
The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB’s) Ambush Election rule became effective on April 14, 2015 and implemented sweeping changes to...
Last week, the House Education and the Workforce Committee approved legislation (H.R. 3459) that would roll back the NLRB's decision on redefining "joint employer" which would result in drastically expanded union reach.
The NLRB is reviewing the standard for deciding when a business under contractual arrangements is deemed a joint employer of workers employed by another business - which could make businesses more responsible for sub-contracted workers.