In several previous posts I have discussed the mounting problems associated with several Hudson County nursing homes, which are owned and operated by Omni Assets Management. Though reports, TV ads, websites and previous citations have brought these harmful acts to the attention of the public, Omni has done nothing to right these wrongs.

Just last week, Omni was cited by the National Labor Relations Board for violating several labor laws, including refusing to reinstate 14 striking workers and harassing and intimidating workers for participating in lawful union activities, according to a complaint issued by a federal agency.

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