Federal judge in Texas blocks the NLRB’s revised Joint Employer Rule from taking effect

By Published On: March 18th, 2024

In case you missed it, on March 8 a Federal judge in Texas blocked the NLRB’s revised Joint Employer Rule from taking effect, ruling that the new standard was too broad. NLRB’s website states it is considering its options and may appeal the ruling. The 2020 version of the Rule remains in effect. Click here to read the NLRB’s full comments.

The AAFD has been advocating a middle ground and we will be advancing our proposal for the NLRB’s consideration. We are again linking the AAFD’s White Paper on the Joint Employer controversy.

WHITE PAPER LINK: https://www.aafd.org/fairness-initiatives/white-paper-series/the-new-nlrb-joint-employer-rule/

 

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The AAFD is a national non-profit trade association representing the rights and interests of franchisees and independent dealers throughout the United States. The AAFD’s mission is to achieve Total Quality Franchising We do this by promoting fair and equitable franchising and dealer practices and empowering effective independent franchise associations.  We also provide members with programsservices and products which enhance their individual businesses and careers.  

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