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McDonald's National Hiring Day sticker on a franchised restaurant
McDonald's National Hiring Day poster on a franchised store's front door in Kentucky, April 2011. Photo/Blue MauMau

NEW YORK – McDonald’s announced today that it has been notified by the National Labor Relations Board that it can be named a “joint employer” for workers in its franchisee-owned restaurants.

California Decides Franchisor's Forum Selection Invalid, Despite Supreme Court Ruling

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Franchisee's Hopeless Cry from Quiznos Bankruptcy Rubble

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Businessweek on Franchising: An Inch Deep Look

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Pending Coverall Case in the First Circuit Could Have Major Impact on Franchising in Massachusetts

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Russian Officials Take McDonald's to Court over Contaminated Food

China Launches Nationwide Probe into 'Rotten Meat' Supplier to McD's, Yum

Honolulu Institutes Placard Rating System for Restaurants

Fazoli's Bypasses Mass Marketing to Reach Seniors, Families

Let’s Sell This Crumby Shop to Franchisees

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Wendy's CEO Emil Brolick Answers CNBC Viewers' 5 Questions

California Franchisee Protection Bill Passes Final Committee

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