NMHC and NAA Weigh in on Joint Employer Legislation
The House Education and Labor Committee on September 25 voted 26-21 to approve legislation that would codify the joint employer standard that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) enacted in 2015.
NMHC and NAA Support Proposed DOL Joint Employer Rule
NMHC and NAA commented favorably on a proposed Department of Labor (DOL) rule governing when two entities are considered joint employers and liable for an employee’s wages under the Fair Labor Standar
DOL Issues Proposed Rule Regarding Joint Employers
The Department of Labor (DOL) on April 1 issued a proposed rule governing when two entities are considered joint employers and liable for an employee’s wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Apartment Industry Comments on DOL’s Proposed Overtime Rule
The multifamily industry sent a comment letter to the Department of Labor (DOL) on March 27 stating that it does not oppose the agency’s proposed overtime rule. DOL proposed a rule that would raise th
DOL Proposes Overtime Rule to Raise Salary Threshold for Exempt Employees
The Department of Labor (DOL) issued a proposed overtime rule for executive, administrative and professional employees on March 7, raising the salary threshold for exempt employees to $679 per week ($
Apartment Industry Opposes Legislation Seeking to Codify Joint Employer Rule and Card Check
NMHC/NAA on June 20 joined the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace to ask Senators to oppose legislation seeking to codify the joint employer rule and card check. The Workplace Democracy Act (WDA), w
The Secret Sauce in the Fight for Talent
Putting the right people in the right places is key to making your business plan work, but how does one recruit and retain talent in today's tight labor market? That was the question posed to three of