From our national affiliate AHCA/NCAL: Joint Employer Rule Overview: What You Need to Know

Last year, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued the final joint employer rule that broadens the NLRB’s definition of employer. It rescinds a 2020 final rule issued by the previous NLRB. Employers should prepare to comply with the new rule effective February 26, 2024.

As a provider, it could potentially increase liability and exposure for long term care centers if they utilize staffing agency or contract workers. This rule could also impact employees of a staffing company and/or contractors who are either unionized, take steps to unionize, or who are non-supervisory employees (and nonetheless covered by Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act even if not unionized).

AHCA/NCAL has provided a summary for its members with additional, vital information. Please note that an AHCA/NCAL member log-in is required to view the summary.

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