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Court: Temps May Not be “Employees” Under Workers Compensation Law, Allowing Lawsuit

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance

As I continue to work on a major redesign and relaunch that I hope (!) to roll out by month’s end which has held up some blog posts, my colleague Gary Starr returns this morning with a new post regarding a recent Connecticut court decision and temps.  Employers who use a staffing company to supplement… Continue Reading

Are You a Joint Employer? It May Depend on the Court’s Test

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Litigation, Wage & Hour

Can an employee work for more than one employer at the same time? Under a theory of law called “joint employment”, the answer is yes. But how do you make that determination? Suppose a private bus company provides services all over Connecticut. It’s largest customer happens to be a very large private university in the state. The… Continue Reading

The One In Which I Try to Explain the Joint Employer Test

Posted in Class Actions, Highlight, Litigation, Wage & Hour

“How You Doin’? said the character Joey from the TV show “Friends“.  I say that here because this post is about the “joint employer” test for the Fair Labor Standards Act and its an otherwise dry post. “I know!” (You might be saying, if you were Monica from that same show.) “Could that BE any more boring?” (To… Continue Reading