NLRB Will Roll Back Joint Employer Standard in 2022

As an early Christmas gift to organized labor, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently announced it will issue proposed rulemaking on joint employers in February 2022 — almost certainly making it easier for workers to be considered employed by more than one entity for labor relations purposes.

According to this insight by OMA Connections Partner Fisher Phillips, host employers using employees provided by (or compensated through) a third party, such as a staffing company, should examine the contracts and procedures associated with such arrangements, with particular emphasis on reviewing the contractual right to control (both directly and indirectly) employment terms and conditions. 12/21/2021