Section 302(a)

Franchisor is not Statutory Employer of Franchisee’s Employees under Workers’ Compensation Act

A restaurant franchisor was not liable as a “statutory employer” under the Workers’ Compensation Act for injuries sustained by an employee of its franchisee, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled in Saladworks, LLC v. WCAB (Gaudioso and UEGF).

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