On April 26th, HPAE will join thousands of nurses from around the country to descend on DC and demand safe staffing ratios at hospitals nationwide.
HPAE is joining forces with Nurses Take DC to join colleagues from across the country to urge Congress to set standards for nurse staffing levels. More details TBA. For now mark your calendar to join us Thursday, April 26, 2018,
A message from AFT President Randi Weingarten: I don’t write emails to our full membership and activist community often, but the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court case warrants it. The case is challenging the 45-year-old precedent that 23 states have
On February 10th and 11th, local union leaders from HPAE and AFT convened in Newark for the AFT Northeast Regional State Federation and Local Presidents Conference. Joined by our sister unions from Maine to Maryland, the conference focused on union
Members took action on safe staffing at Palisades Medical Center on Tuesday, February 21 after management failed to follow through on a commitment to create 134 new positions made to the union during the last cycle of negotiations.
HPAE Local 5004 held a Negotiation Symposium on February 15th at Maggiano’s on Riverside Square in Hackensack. It focused mainly on the importance of member involvement in the upcoming negotiations with special emphasis on establishing a communications network. Flowing from
Are you a recently retired member of HPAE? Do you plan to retiree within the next five years? You are invited to join us on Thursday, March 1, 2018 for a meeting of the HPAE Council of Retirees. You’ll meet
The mission of the US Health & Human Services (HHS) department has always been and should continue to be protecting the health and wellbeing of American families.
On Wednesday, January 17, HPAE held its annual Bargaining and Leadership Conference in New Brunswick where members gathered to plan and coordinate organizing, mobilizing and bargaining strategies for the upcoming year. While each local union faces its own set of
This is the last issue of "What's New With HPAE" that I will be editing. After being an HPAE staff member for 25 years, I am retiring at the end of this month. HPAE we'll be putting out the next