Union Backs NLRB In DC Circ. Over Nursing Home Hours Cut

Law360 (February 22, 2021, 6:09 PM EST) -- A health care workers union has asked the D.C. Circuit to uphold a National Labor Relations Board ruling that found a New Jersey nursing home violated federal labor law by slashing union workers' hours, saying there is overwhelming evidence to support the decision.

The brief that 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East filed Friday argued payroll records show that 20 bargaining unit workers regularly put in 40-hour weeks before the company that operates the CareOne facility in New Milford, New Jersey, where they worked unilaterally dropped them to 37.5-hour weeks.

"The evidence before the board was more than adequate to support its...

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