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NLRB Judge Backs Labor Charges Against NJ Nursing Home

Law360, New York (February 8, 2016, 7:31 PM EST) -- A administrative law judge with the National Labor Relations Board has agreed with union employees and found that a Union City, New Jersey, nursing home committed unfair labor practices by refusing to reinstate 15 workers who went on strike and threatening workers ahead of the strike.

Administrative Law Judge Michael A. Rosas also found that Alaris Health at Castle Hill ran afoul of the National Labor Relations Act by reducing hours of certain employees who went on strike, refusing to negotiate with the bargaining committee that...
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