“At McDonald’s, we do not direct or co-determine the hiring, firing, wage rates, hours or any other terms of employment of our franchisees’ employees — which are the well-established criteria governing the definition of a ‘joint employer,’” said an emailed statement from McDonald’s spokeswoman Lisa McComb.
“At McDonald’s, we do not direct or co-determine the hiring, firing, wage rates, hours or any other terms of employment of our franchisees’ employees — which are the well-established criteria governing the definition of a ‘joint employer,’” said an emailed statement from McDonald’s spokeswoman Lisa McComb. Eugene Hoshiko The Associated Press
“At McDonald’s, we do not direct or co-determine the hiring, firing, wage rates, hours or any other terms of employment of our franchisees’ employees — which are the well-established criteria governing the definition of a ‘joint employer,’” said an emailed statement from McDonald’s spokeswoman Lisa McComb. Eugene Hoshiko The Associated Press

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