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What the DOL Joint Employment Guidance Means for Benefits Plan Eligibility

Recently the Department of Labor issued guidance about the standards it will apply under federal wage and hour laws to determine joint employment (those times when a person has more than one employer). Significant interest in what these rules mean exists within construction, agricultural, janitorial, warehouse/logistics, staffing and hospitality sectors, because within these types of organizations, the traditional employment relationship of employer employing one employee is less common. Read the latest white paper by Lockton Compliance Services to learn what this guidance does and does not mean for employers and their employee benefits plans.

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