Joint employment issues under the FMLA differ from those under the FLSA because the FMLA requires one employer to be primarily responsible for the maintenance of employee leaves of absence.
This case has very little to do with the legality of criminal background checks and everything about two litigants buying off the risk of a trial.
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esprit de corps aren’t just
feel-good Hollywood moments.
They are ingredients for
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