Employment Law This Week®: #WorkforceWednesday: Employee Travel and the Coronavirus, NLRB’s Joint-Employment Rule, and DoorDash’s 5,000+ Individual Arbitrations [VIDEO]
It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This weekly newsletter provides you with a cost-free, convenient way to quickly browse the most significant news impacting your workforce. Watch the week’s top workforce management and employment law news and read further below:
Employee Travel and the Coronavirus
The threat of COVID-19 is growing, and U.S. companies are on high alert. International travel by employees is an area of particular concern to employers.
NLRB Joint-Employment Rule to Take Effect
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has published its final joint-employment rule. First proposed in September 2018, the rule resets the standard for determining joint employment to the one that the NLRB has used for 30 years. Read more.
DoorDash Ordered to Conduct More Than 5,000 Individual Arbitrations
A federal judge in California has ordered food delivery company DoorDash to conduct over 5,000 individual arbitrations on claims that it misclassified drivers as independent contractors. For more information about this case, click here.