Legal Considerations When Using Leased Employees

Webinar: ID# 1023908
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Many companies that utilize leased employees do not understand all of the potential benefits and the hidden liabilities and common pitfalls for using this alternative workforce.

This webinar will discuss the pros and cons of utilizing leased employees and what obligations and legal requirements employers have with regards to these workers.

We will also include practical tips on how to best structure the relationship and contracts between host employers and leasing companies and how to draft related company policies.


What Is a Leased Employee?
Who Is the "Employer"?
Leased Employees vs. Independent Contractors
Why or Why Not Utilize Leased Employees?
    What Are the Potential Liabilities When Utilizing Leased Employees?
    How Much Supervision Is Required?
    What Legal Obligations Apply to Leased Employees?
    • Wage/Hour- Liability for Recordkeeping, Minimum Wage, and Overtime Compliance
    • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)- Obligations for Returning Leased Employees
    • Anti- Discrimination Laws- Providing Discrimination and Harassment-Free Work Places
    • Compliance With the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
    • Occupational Safety and Health Obligations
    Considerations for Contracts Between Host Employers and Leasing Companies
    • Indemnification Provisions
    • Who Will Bear the Cost of Training and Compliance
    Employee Handbooks and Benefit Plans – Including Language Regarding Leased Employees
    New Case Law and Updates
    About The Presenter

    Rachel Conn
    • Attorney in Nixon Peabody LLP’s Labor & Employment group and a member of the firm’s Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) practice
    • Represents clients in both federal and state court litigation and before administrative agencies as well as providing labor and employment law advice and training to clients, with a particular emphasis on occupational safety and health compliance and litigation
    • Currently focuses her practice on three main areas, leveraging a wide-range of skills from traditional labor law, employment law and occupational safety and health law to help clients navigate the modern workplace
    • Advises clients in the use of temporary/leased employees not only in the labor and employment context, but also with regards to Occupational Safety and Health
    • J.D. degree, University of California Berkeley School of Law; B.A. degree, The Catholic University of America
    Legal Considerations When Using Leased Employees
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