HPAE members and staff are attending the National Conference on Worker Safety and Health (#COSHCON17) this week from Tuesday to today. The conference is being held near Baltimore, Maryland.
Local officers and HPAE staff attended a training Tuesday on Contract Campaigns and Negotiations at the Labor Education Center at Rutgers University.
As a union of health professionals, HPAE’s first priority at this moment is caring for our colleague who was attacked last night as she left University Hospital after finishing her 12 hour shift in the labor and delivery unit of
Doctor residents working at Palisades Medical Center/Hackensack Meridian Health rallied yesterday at the hospital to demand a fair contract. HPAE Local 5030 Vice President Nancy Martell attended the rally and spoke out in support of the residents' demand for a
As New Jersey's largest healthcare union, we look forward to working with Governor-Elect Murphy to bring transparency and accountability to government, while improving access to healthcare and ensuring patients’ and workers’ standards of safety.
The election is being overseen by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Ballots were mailed to all members in good standing on October 31, 2017. The deadline for receipt of ballots is Monday, November 27, 2017, to be counted.
HPAE leaders from eight locals attended HPAE's 3rd annual Leadership Development Program (LDP) at the Labor Education Center on November 1 and 2.
Last night a dozen HPAE members and staff attended a public hearing on the affiliation of JFK Medical Center with Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH). If the merger goes through, HMH will own 15 hospitals in the state of New Jersey.
The 28th Constitutional Convention of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) was held Sunday through Wednesday in St. Louis, Missouri.
HPAE members from across NJ and Philadelphia came together Thursday, October 5 for our 2017 PIC. In addition to a variety of informative workshops, we were joined by Assemblywoman Shelia Oliver and NJ Senate candidate Vin Gopal.