Proposed joint-employer rule could leave more workers unable to hold employers accountable; may cost workers $1.3 billion
from Staffing Industry Analysts
The proposed narrowing of the joint-employer standard will make collective bargaining among subcontracted and temporary workers “nearly impossible,” and could cost American workers $1.3 billion in lost wages annually, according to the Economic Policy Institute.
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