Nurses and health professionals represented by HPAE Local 5185 at Bayonne Medical Center and HPAE Local 5186 at Christ Hospital reached a tentative agreement with CarePoint Health administrators on June 30.
Government shutdowns should not become an annual event in New Jersey.
After years of disputes with the prior owners, nurses and health professionals have ratified a three-year contract with the new owners of Hudson Regional Hospital. In 2017, NJMHMC, LLC. purchased the hospital after receiving approvals from NJ regulators.
HPAE, the largest union of nurses and health professionals in NJ, responded to today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling as another strike against workers, who are advocates in their workplace, and in favor of wealthy individuals and corporate interests.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 (North Bergen and Neptune, NJ) – Nurses and health professionals bargaining with NJ’s largest healthcare corporation, Hackensack Meridian, held a Rally for Healthcare on Wednesday, June 27. At the bargaining table, 3,000 health professionals represented by
Nurses and health professionals represented by HPAE have withdrawn their notice to conduct informational picketing at both hospitals.
Since mid-March, HPAE Local 5186 at Christ Hospital and HPAE Local 5185 at Bayonne Medical Center have been fighting to protect services at both hospitals.
Nearly a dozen public sector labor unions are working in coalition to demand Rutgers University and RWJ Barnabas guarantee workers and patients’ rights will be protected as the two entities enter into an affiliation agreement. While bargaining resumes for some
Tuesday, May 29 Englewood – Rather than issue a ten day notice of their intent to strike, nurses at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center are allowing a Federal mediator to join negotiations. Last week, an overwhelming majority of nurses had
We all need to stop fighting and move on to doing what’s best for the patients and families whose lives are in our hands – not just in California but in New Jersey and every state in the nation.