Topics: joint-employer

The Omnibus Spending Bill: Reading the Fine Print for Truckstops Members Only Join or Login

In late March, Congress passed and President Trump signed a massive $1.3 trillion spending bill. The 2,232-page piece of legislation contained a plethora of policy changes that are important to fuel marketers. There were also a number of policy changes that were not included in the legislation that would have impacted the marketing community. More

House Passes Bill Limiting Joint Employer Liability

The U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 7 voted 242-181 in favor of the Save Local Business Act (H.R. 3441) which, if enacted, would redefine the definition of joint employer under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). More

House Committee Approves Joint Employer Legislation

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce on Oct. 4 passed legislation along party lines that would redefine the term "joint employer" under the National Labor Relations Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act. The legislation, which NATSO supports as an active member of the Coalition to Save Local Businesses and was an issue on which NATSO members lobbied at the 2016 NATSO Day on the Hill, would clarify that two or more employers must have direct control over employees to be considered "joint employers." More

House Committee Approves Spending Bill; Provisions Would Block Harmful Labor Initiatives

The House Appropriations Committee on July 14 approved the fiscal year 2017 Labor, Health and Human Services funding bill with provisions that would prohibit the Labor Department from enforcing several labor initiatives opposed by the travel plaza and truckstop industry. More

House Subcommittee Approves Spending Bill; Would Block Harmful Labor Initiatives

The House Appropriations Subcommittee for Labor, Health and Human Services approved a fiscal year 2017 spending bill with provisions which would block several labor initiatives that stand to hurt the travel plaza and truckstop industry. More

Joint-Employer Standard, Overtime Eligibility Top Employer Concerns

Possible changes to the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) definition of joint employer and expansion of employee overtime eligibility rank among top employer concerns, according to the 2015 Executive Employer Survey Report. More

How NLRB's McDonald's Ruling Could Affect Franchise Relationships

The National Labor Relations Board’s recent ruling that McDonald’s can be held liable for labor violations by its franchise operators could have significant ramifications for businesses on both ends of a franchise relationship if upheld by the courts. More

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