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Case: Labor Relations/Refusal to Bargain (N.L.R.B.)

March 26, 2020, 7:36 PM

A company that operates a nursing home in Miami, Fla. unlawfully failed to execute a labor contract it had reached in bargaining with the United Healthcare Workers. Although the NLRA doesn’t require that an employer enter into a labor contract, an administrative law judge found no doubt that the company’s only offer remained on the bargaining table in the absence of an explicit withdrawal, and that the company acted in bad faith by refusing to sign its own proposed agreement after the union conceded to all the terms. The case is Coral Reef Operating Systems, LLC, 2020 BL 110027, N.L.R.B., 12–CA–238299, 3/25/20

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