As noted in our first blog, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has recently identified temporary service workers, outsourced and subcontracted services, and franchising as target areas for an expanded joint employer concept. By potentially making franchisors like McDonald’s legally liable for employment law compliance...
Gary R. Duvall
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- California Franchise Relations Act
- Consumer Privacy Compliance Practices by Franchisees
- Data Breach
- Discriminatory Work Scheduling Restrictions
- How Franchisors can Avoid Liability under NLRB Labor Law
- How to Avoid Employer Liability to Franchisee’s Employees
- NLRB Joint Employer Ruling
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