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『従業員とは誰で、雇用者とは誰か?』 ニューヨーク大学労働・雇用法センター会議録 第68回

Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?: Proceedings of the New York University 68th Annual Conference on Labor

Kati L. Griffith (Volume Editor), Samuel Estreicher (Series Editor)

1 vol. xvi, 501 p. Hard., 2016年12月刊

Matthew Bender (LexisNexis), USA. ISBN: 9781522114550

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2015年に開催されたニューヨーク大学労働・雇用法センターの年次会議で発表された論文および新たに書き下ろされた論文などを加えて29の論文を収録。

【Table of Contents】

PART ONE. EMPLOYEES VS. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

1 Strategic Enforcement in the Fissured Workplace / David Weil

2 The Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act's "Suffer or Permit" Standard in the Identification of Employees Who Are Misclassified as Independent Contractors U.S. Dep't of Labor, Administrator's Interpretation No. 2015-1 (July 15, 2015)

3 The Restatement of Employment Law's "Independent Business Person-Entrepreneurial Control" Test for Employee Status / Michael C. Harper

4 Independent Contractors, Very Small Employers, and the NYC Human Rights Law / Mark Risk

PART TWO. THE ON-DEMAND WORKFORCE AND THE SHARING ECONOMY

5 A Proposal for Modernizing Labor Laws for Twenty-First Century Work: The "Independent Worker" / Seth D. Harris and Alan B. Krueger

6 Uber Business Model Does Not Justify a New "Independent Worker" Category / Lawrence Mishel and Ross Eisenbrey

7 Local Regulation of the Sharing Economy / Daniel E. Rauch and David Schleicher

8 The Expanding Transportation Network Company Equity Gap / Matthew W. Daus

PART THREE. STUDENTS AND INTERNS AS EMPLOYEES?

9 When Do College Athletes Become University Employees? The Case of Division IA College Football / Anne Marie Lofaso

10 Do We Have to Pay This Intern? It Depends. / Alan B. Morrison

PART FOUR. OFF-DUTY EMPLOYEES

11 The Tri-County Rule, before and after Noel Canning / Kent Y. Hirozawa

PART FIVE. JOINT EMPLOYERS UNDER LABOR LAW

12 Developments at the National Labor Relations Board / Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

13 The Restated Joint-Employer Test as Articulated by the National Labor Relations Board / Marshall B. Babson and Gena B. Usenheimer

14 The Common-Law Approach for Determining Joint-Employer Status in Collective Bargaining / William Anspach and Jae W. Chun

15 Who's On First (As the NLRA Turns 80): The NLRB, Congress, and the Courts / Philip A. Miscimarra

PART SIX. JOINT EMPLOYERS UNDER EMPLOYMENT LAW

16 Joint Employment under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act / U.S. Dep't of Labor, Administrator's Interpretation No. 2016-1 (January 20, 2016)

17 Joint Employers under Employment Law / Zachary D. Fasman and Rachel S. Fischer

18 Direct and Indirect Employment under Title VII / Charlotte S. Alexander

19 Missed Opportunities: How OSHA Should Ensure Worker Safety in the Fissured Workplace / Randy Rabinowitz

20 The Limits of OSHA's Authority to Regulate "Fissured" Workplaces / Jacqueline M. Holmes and G. Ryan Snyder

21 Joint Employment in the Agricultural Sector / Annie Smith and Patricia Kakalec

PART SEVEN. OTHER THEORIES OF LIABILITY

22 Beyond Joint Employers: Other Theories of Franchisor Liability / Geoffrey A. Mort

23 Nonemployer Responsibility for Labor Conditions / Alan Hyde

PART EIGHT. INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

24 How to Structure Overseas Independent Contractors / Donald C. Dowling

25 Who Is an Employee? And Who Is the Employer?: Classification Issues in Germany / Daniel Hund

PART NINE. ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF WORKER ORGANIZATION

26 The Model Alliance: A New Form of Worker Organization / Sara Ziff

27 What Is the Fight for $15, and Why Is SEIU Supporting It? / Jennifer Hunter

28 Worker Centers and Labor Law: Why Aren't They Having Their Cake? / Kati L. Griffith

29 A Response to Griffith / Daniel E. Clifton