Source: The National Law Review
By Matthew T. Miklave
February 22, 2019
Manufacturers and those in the supply chain may have been watching as the federal courts and the National Labor Relations Board struggle to make sense out of widely different views of the “joint employer” standard. Whatever result is ultimately reached will carry significant implications for manufacturers. At stake? When can a manufacturer be required to bargain over the terms and conditions of employment of a sub-manufacturer’s employees? Or when can a manufacturer be required to remedy the illegal acts of a sub-manufacturer?