The joint-employer rules are changing again at the National Labor Relations Board

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Selfishly, a professional perk of a changing White House administration is the business that follows from counseling clients on the new rules when administrative agencies change their rules. For example, as a holdover from the Trump Administration, the Republican majority at the National Labor Relations Board implemented a new joint-employer rule.

Under the new rule, a joint-employer relationship involves one business that possesses and exercises substantial direct and immediate control over one or more essential terms and conditions of employment of another employer’s employees.

“Essential terms and conditions of employment” are wages, benefits, work hours, hiring, discharge, discipline, supervision, and

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