Multi-employer worksites have long complicated labor and employment law compliance. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) takes an aggressive approach to multi-employer worksites and finding alleged “joint-employers” liable for labor law violations. Because of new regulations, employers on multi-employer worksites face increased fines, costly abatement responsibilities, and potential criminal liability.
This document provides a detailed explanation of OSHA’s enforcement initiatives, potential criminal prosecution and recommendations for you and your company.
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