The Local 5091 Workplace Violence Prevention Committee has issued a report on the status of their efforts and the results of a membership survey on workplace violence at Bergen Regional Medical Center (BRMC).
Leaders of nurses' unions from 9 states and 11 unions came together in New York City on April 10 to collaborate on key issues facing health care and unions, including attacks on collective bargaining rights, the need for safe staffing,
Nurses at Virtua Memorial are trained to remind patients that they “always have time” for them. But the nurses say that because of staffing shortages, that isn’t always the case. Staffing has become an issue of growing concern for about
From NorthJersey.com Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center –the Secaucus hospital where inpatient admissions have dropped to fewer than 30 patients a day – is slated to be sold to a multimillionaire real estate developer who owns a pair of surgery centers
Janice Fitzgerald, RN, APN and an HPAE Local 5089 member, participated in an event last Monday in Camden, NJ to highlight the public health impacts of climate change. In her presentation to the group, Janice noted that “the debate is
This week, Registered Nurses at Cooper University Health Care (CUHC) began bargaining with management for a new contract. For the 1,300 registered nurses represented by HPAE, the focus of these negotiations is centered on patient safety and improving nurse staffing
Federal Judge Michael Shipp supported HPAE's position and ruled that an arbitrator's decision to reinstate a terminated employee at Jersey Shore University Medical Center was valid and based on ample evidence. The judge ordered Hackensack Meridian Health to comply with
HPAE President Ann Twomey was one of 19 Bergen County women who was honored yesterday when Bergen County hosted its annual Women’s History Month Celebration.
Phil Murphy this morning was endorsed by the 13,000-member HPAE, New Jersey’s largest nurses and healthcare professional union.
An analysis by the American Federation of Teachers of the House Republican/Trump plan to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act reveals that the plan will cause 800,000 New Jerseyans to lose health insurance.