Potential Franchise-Related Policy Changes Under the Biden Administration
By Kristen M. Smith
Last week, President Biden was sworn in and his administration has already begun to take form. Below are a few key franchise-related policy changes that may arise in light of this change in administration.
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“Save Local Business Act” Could Revise Definition of “Joint Employer” – a Win for the Franchise Model
DOL Proposes Changes to Independent Contractor and Joint Employer Determinations
Wage Increase Fairness Act Aims to Slow Speed of Minimum Wage Increases for Franchisees
FASB Guidance on ASC 606: Combining Pre-Opening Obligations for Revenue Recognition Purposes
Proposition 22 and the Potential Effect of its Failure on Gig-Workers and Franchising
Joint Employment Concerns with Franchisor-developed COVID-19 Safety Policies