Title

Expanding Joint Employer Status: What Does it Mean for Workers and Job Creators?

Document Type

Video

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

In a hearing on H.R. 13 before the Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, House Committee on Education and the Workforce, 113th Congress (2014), Professor Harris Freeman presented testimony on Expanding Joint Employer Status: What Does it Mean for Workers and Job Creators? His testimony focused on the economic realities and legal issues relating to joint employer status in workplaces where extensive subcontracting of core business functions depends on temporary staffing services and franchising relationships.

Recommended Citation

Expanding Joint Employer Status: What Does it Mean for Workers and Job Creators?, Hearing on H.R. 13 Before the Subcomm. on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, H. Comm. on Education and the Workforce, 113th Congress (2014) (statement of Professor Harris Freeman).

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