Six Connecticut nursing homes, which are owned by two New Jersey companies, were sued in Federal Court with allegations relating to improper treatment of employees and unions. The National Labor Relations Board announced last week that the New England Health Care Employees Union filed a complaint on March 21st citing that the Jersey-based companies, HealthBridge Management and CareOne LLC, compelled a subcontractor to fire unionized laundry and housekeeping workers at three of the nursing homes, and forced them to reapply for their jobs at lower pay, with no seniority rights.

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