The old joint-employer standard was 'increasingly out of step with changing economic circumstances,' said the NLRB.
The size of the upward revision surprised economists and suggests the U.S. economy had some momentum entering the third quarter.
Planned workforce reductions in the United States reached 105,696 in July, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
The U.S. employment cost index rose just 0.2% in the second quarter, the smallest increase in 33 years.
“Hard-working Americans deserve to benefit from the record corporate earnings they helped produce,” said Hillary Clinton in introducing her…
Lawsuits accuse the oil rig repair firm of labor trafficking practices involving citizens of India.
President Obama plans to more than double the pay threshold under which workers are entitled to overtime pay.
The economic and risk equations are shifting for midsized and small employers weighing whether to self-fund their benefits claims.
Improving wages could prod the Fed to move sooner on interest rates.