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Regency House of Wallingford, Inc.(34-CA-09895, et al.; 356 NLRB No. 86) Wallingford, CT, January 31, 2011.

The Board found that the employer, a nursing home, violated the Act by purposefully delaying rescission of a wage increase, which the Board had found unlawful in a prior case and which the union had demanded that the employer rescind; by denigrating the union in a manner that communicated that union representation was futile; and by soliciting employees’ grievances and thereby impliedly promising to remedy them.  The Board also found that the employer violated the Act by refusing to furnish relevant information about wages and benefits, by conditioning bargaining over a successor agreement, by bypassing the union and dealing directly with unit employees, by withdrawing recognition from the union, and by unilaterally changing terms and conditions of employment. 

Charges filed by International Chemical Workers Union Council/UFCW, Local 560C.  Administrative Law Judge John J. McCarrick issued his decision November 21, 2006.  Chairman Liebman and Members Pearce and Hayes participated.

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