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DOL Issues Final FLSA Employee/Independent Contractor Classification Rule.
Second Circuit Ruling in New York v. Walsh Confirms Demise of Trump-Era Joint Employer Rule.
In a welcome development that should bring some clarity to determining when a joint employer relationship exists under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Labor Department is proposing to revise current rules to restore some common sense balance to the
Even as the National Labor Relations Board is working on a rule that would bring back the agency’s traditional test for determining joint employment, a federal appeals court has endorsed the controversial and much more expansive test that a different
Our comments commend the Labor Department on proposing to modernize and restore rationality to the test applied under the Fair Labor Standards Act for determining when a joint employment relationship exists.
A new Labor Department regulation that would give employers helpful guidance on how to make employee/independent contractor classifications under the Fair Labor Standards Act has been put on hold by the Biden Administration. CWC urged DOL to let the
Our written comments to the National Labor Relations Board argue that its proposal to abandon the balanced test for determining joint employment liability established by the Board in 2020 will unfairly skew the law to favor joint employer findings.
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