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This new guidance is especially important to the construction, agricultural, janitorial, warehouse and logistics, staffing, and hospitality industries due to the DOL's expressed concern about the growing variety of business models and labor arrangements available to employers

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You may not think you're a joint employer, but according to the DOL's latest guidance on the subject, you may very well hold that designation - and there are some very important FLSA and FMLA implications you need to be aware of. This webinar will review the far-reaching impact of the Department of Labor's (DOL) recent guidelines greatly expanding joint-employer status. (see full course description)

 

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New DOL Guidance on Joint Employment Navigating Heightened Scrutiny and Minimizing FLSA Liability

Why Should you Attend:

If you hire contract workers, there are new rules from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) you should be aware of with the DOL´s recently released and long-awaited guidance on joint employment situations. The guidance comes in the form of a new Administrator´s Interpretation along with an updated fact sheet. This webinar will focus on the much longer AI document which includes detailed legal analysis and citations. We will analyze horizontal and vertical joint employment, structuring agreements with contractors and staffing firms so that the attendee is in a strong position with which to limit FLSA Exposure.


The key issue focuses on contract employees who are shared by more than one employer, and who is liable for the workers´ pay and hours under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Joint employment is determined by applying the "economic realities" test, which examines several factors to determine whether a worker is economically dependent on his or her purported employer to the extent that an employment relationship is created. The test is subjective and highly fact-specific. Among factors considered are:

Who can Benefit:
    This new guidance is especially important to the construction, agricultural, janitorial, warehouse and logistics, staffing, and hospitality industries due to the DOL's expressed concern about the growing variety of business models and labor arrangements available to employers.

Seminar Summary:

You may not think you're a joint employer, but according to the DOL's latest guidance on the subject, you may very well hold that designation - and there are some very important FLSA and FMLA implications you need to be aware of. This webinar will review the far-reaching impact of the Department of Labor's (DOL) recent guidelines greatly expanding joint-employer status. (see full course description)

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