“When nurses and health professionals are out on a picket line instead of by the bedside, it’s because something’s not right inside.” On Labor Day we stop to rest and recognize the achievements of every worker. In healthcare, Labor Day
Emerson, NJ – Hackensack Meridian Health, New Jersey’s largest non-profit and most profitable health system, pays its top officers millions of dollars and spends tens of millions of dollars on lobbying and public relations but refuses to reach a settlement
As of 7:00 AM on July 31, the contracts expired for two more HPAE locals currently in bargaining with Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH).
Nurses and health professionals at University Hospital have witnessed the erosion of funding for our state's only public Level 1 Trauma Center.
Faculty and health professionals from Rutgers Biomedical and Health Services (RBHS) petitioned the Rutgers Board of Governors (BOG) at a Special Meeting to directly ask the governing body for a memorandum of agreement with the unions ...
HPAE requested a Federal Mediator to assist in scheduling bargaining dates before the end of July and attend the ongoing negotiations. The contract, covering nearly 1,100 workers at both facilities, now owned by Hackensack Meridian Health, expired on July 20.
Having too few nurses working in healthcare facilities is to the detriment of patients and staff. Legislation to set reasonable ratio is proposed for NJ. It could save lives
HPAE nurses and health professionals at four Hackensack Meridian locations have voted in favor of engaging in concerted activities.