Start date of the NLRB’s joint-employer rule is delayed again
FEBRUARY 28, 2024
The effective date of a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rule that would make it easier for organizations to qualify as a “joint employer” was pushed back, once again. The rule, which had been set to take effect Feb. 26, was pushed back two weeks, to March 11. A Texas federal judge delayed the start date after holding a hearing for a lawsuit challenging the rule, which was filed by business groups including the US Chamber of Commerce.