House Passes Joint Employer “Fix”

Earlier this week by a vote of 49 – 46, the US House of Representatives passed the Save Local Business Act, (H.R. 3441) sponsored by Alabama Representative Bradley Byrne. The legislation was drafted in response to the egregious expansion of the joint employer definition by the National Labor Relations in the Browning-Ferris decision just over…

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Colorado Roundtable on NLRB Excesses

Through the efforts of the Coalition to Save Local Businesses, which was begun in the wake of the egregious NLRB joint-employer ruling, we a grassroots roundtable is scheduled for next Monday afternoon, July 2,0 on the importance of preserving the joint employer standard with Jorge Delgado, State Director for first-term Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado. …

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Tennessee Law Blocks “Joint-Employer”

Fortunately, a number of states are not letting the out-of-control NLRB get too far out of line within their state borders.  Two weeks ago today, Tennessee took the lead when Governor Bill Haslam signed into law legislation (SB 0475 and HB 0757) clarifying that employees of franchisees cannot be considered employees of the franchisor for…

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Coalition To Save Local Businesses –

In the face of all these anti-business actions from this administration, we would encourage our members and subscribers to join the Coalition to Save Local Businesses and help fight against these regulatory excesses.  It was created largely in response to excessive anti-business actions taken by the NLRB, most notably the proposed changes to the long-established…

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Coalition Created To Preserve Existing Definition

On the subject of the “joint employer” issue, a host of national business groups have joined forces to create the “Coalition to Save Local Businesses”.  The coalition was announced this week in Washington, DC. and is comprised of  the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Restaurant Association, the National Retail Federation, the Coalition of Franchisee…

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