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Uber

New York's Uber Drivers Form Labor Association

More than 1,000 Uber drivers signed membership cards with the association, known as the Amalgamated Local of Livery Employees in Solidarity.

McDonald's Goes Head to Head With Labor Regulators

The burger giant is accused of violating employee rights as a joint employer.

Lawmakers Push Back Against NLRB Joint Employer Ruling

Republicans in the House and Senate introduced legislation intended to roll back the Labor Board's broader definition of joint employer.

How the NLRB's Employment Ruling Could Hurt Jobs, Business Growth

The NLRB just penalized the only entities providing jobs in this country, in the name of increasing employment. How does that make sense?

Will This Decision Force Franchises to Reconsider Their Business Models?

The National Labor Relations Board's latest move means franchisors can be held legally accountable by workers.

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