The NLRB Comes After Employers Who Use and Provide Temporary or Contract Employees: What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has, recently changed rules that have been in place for years and are making it easier for unions to organize and expose employers to new legal liabilities. The latest? The NLRB has changed the joint employer standard, which poses new and substantial risks to those who provide temporary employees and those who use them. If you use or provide temporary employees, it’s a different world than you’ve ever seen. We’ll have a candid discussion about the risks and strategies to deal with the latest NLRB effort to bolster unions. Here’s what we’ll discuss in a fast-paced, comprehensive program:
- The NLRB’s new joint employer standard: what did the NLRB changes and how will it effect you, whether you’re a user or provider of temporary employees. We’ll separate the rumors about “the end of contract or temporary employers” from the realities.
- What can you do about the new decision? We’ll work through strategies to give you the best chance to limit your risk. We’ll give you specific recommendations on approaches to put yourself in the best possible position.
- What’s next? Pending NLRB cases will likely further change the law. We’ll get you ready.
- The “legal stuff” you’ve got to know if you continue to use (or provide) temporary employees.
This seminar, presented by Terry Dawson and Tony Prather of Barnes & Thornburg will cover the primary personnel policies the NLRB has been targeting over the last few years to help ensure you remain in (or get into) compliance.
When: Monday, Nov. 16
Time: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. (Eastern)
Where: Barnes & Thornburg | 11 S. Meridian Street | Indianapolis, IN