posts tagged as NLRB


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | December 22, 2017

NLRB Reverses Joint-Employer Ruling

With labor being one of the biggest line items on restaurants’ balance sheets, it’s important for operators and employees to stay abreast of the labor regulation decisions made at a federal level. Last week, the National Labor Relations... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | February 18, 2016

Who’s the Boss?: Changes in Joint Employer Liability

Last April, the restaurant industry warily watched as a series of National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) hearings sought to name fast-food giant McDonald's as a joint employer with its individual franchisees.  read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | April 09, 2015

How Changes in Joint Employer Liability Could Impact the Franchising Industry

Earlier this week, a series of hearings in the National Labor Relations Board case against McDonald’s Corp began, ushering in what is likely to be a long process of ruling whether the company is to be considered a “joint... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | August 01, 2014

NLRB Ruling Rocks Franchise Industry

A new ruling by the National Labor Relations Board, which states McDonald’s is the joint employer of franchise workers, could have far reaching impact on franchising at other companies... read more