The SEIU filed a lawsuit challenging the NLRB’s Joint Employer Rule, alleging that the NLRB did not go far enough when it defined “terms and conditions of employment” as only covering wages, benefits, hours, scheduling, work assignments, work rules, hiring and firing, work safety and supervision.
December 4, 2023
The Restaurant Law Center and other business groups filed a Motion to Intervene to prevent the SEIU from expanding the Joint Employer Rule, highlighting that the NLRB is already attempting to illegally replace a clear joint employer standard with an arbitrary and uncertain one.
February 1, 2024
The U.S. Court of Appeals granted the business groups motion to intervene.