NLRB must keep Obama-era 'joint-employer' doctrine . . . for now

"Joint employers" can be held liable for another employer's employment decisions and practices, and the Obama National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) dramatically expanded the definition of "joint employer." A top priority of the Trump administration's new NLRB was the reversal of the broad definition, but the Republican majority's decision implementing that reversal was recently overturned, and the ruling may signal that the NLRB's new majority will be unable to overturn other decisions that negatively affect employers. Read More...