US Agency rules: McDonald’s won’t be responsible for treatment getting to the workers

US Agency rules: McDonald’s won’t be responsible for treatment getting to the workers

The National Labor Relations Board ruled on Thursday morning that McDonald’s should not be held accountable for the labor behavior of its franchisees. The federal agency that is accountable for enforcing U.S. labor law has issued its latest ruling in a year-long union case. This seeks to hold fast-food chains responsible to all workers at companies and franchise locations. The agency, which is also known as the NLRB (The National Labor Relations Board), instructed the law judge to support a settlement between McDonald’s and its franchisees and workers suspected of…

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