American business increasingly relies on outsourcing to handle non-core work functions, and even core workers may be managed through temporary agencies and other “just-in-time” staffing models. Largely unnoticed for years, these arrangements are increasingly giving rise to litigation and new legislation. Join Christopher Scanlan to learn about joint employment issues involved in outsourcing, and other non-traditional employment relationships.
- Co-employment theories used to attach liability to outsourcing employers
- Staffing agencies liability for discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims
- Shared responsibility of co-employers for wage and hour violations
- Tips on allocating and minimizing risk
- The Browning-Ferris decision, the McDonald’s cases, and other important NLRB rulings
This is an intermediate level program and assumes some employment law experience