Portland, OR – Registration is now open for Bullard Law’s November 9, 2016
NLRB Workshop: The NLRB’s Joint Employment Standard and Temporary Employees – What Does it Mean for You?.
We invite you to participate in an interactive discussion about how recent National Labor Relations Board decisions on joint employment can affect unionized and non-unionized businesses who use temporary employees.
The NLRB has recently followed up its decision to relax its standard for finding joint employment in Browning-Ferris Industries of California, Inc.
by overruling its decision in Oakwood Care Center
, which had required the agreement of both joint employers before it would include jointly-employed employees in the same bargaining unit as those employed by only one of the employers.
At this Workshop we will review the NLRB’s new joint employer standard and work through practical scenarios showing what the NLRB’s overturning Oakwood
means for your unionized or non-union business. If you use temporary or agency employees to supplement your workforce, this Workshop is for you.
Registration for clients and friends of the firm can be found under “Events” at www.bullardlaw.com
or directly at REGISTRATION
Cost includes continental breakfast, lunch, parking and materials.
8:00am – 8:30am
8:30am – 11:30am
Location: 200 Market Building
200 SW Market Street
Tiered Classroom, Suite L-101
Portland, OR 97201
Jacqueline M. Damm
J. Chris Duckworth
To ensure that only bona fide representatives of management-side interests attend this seminar, Bullard Law reserves the right to make the final decision about who may attend.
HRCI, SHRM and MCLE credit pending.
About Bullard Law.
Bullard Law partners with employers in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and other states. The firm provides services in traditional labor law, public sector labor and employment law, employment litigation and class actions, employee benefits, personnel policies and practices and employment and non-competition agreements. Bullard Law helps clients be proactive, offering extensive training programs in all areas of labor, employment and benefits. Contact Coni Crone at 503-248-1134 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for further information.