HPAE Registered Nurses have boarded a chartered flight from Newark, NJ to Puerto Rico to provide medical support to the people of the island as they struggle to recover from the effects of Hurricane Maria.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 This Labor Day weekend, the importance of public service work couldn’t be more clear as we see the images of the first responders, law enforcement, and healthcare workers trying desperately to save lives and property in
After nearly two months of negotiations that extended beyond the contract deadline of July 31, a tentative agreement has been reached between nurses represented by HPAE and Hackensack Meridian System.
HPAE is opposed to Governor Christie’s Reorganization Plan 001-2017, moving the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) from the Department of Human Services (DHS) to the Department of Health (DOH).
After nurses voted last week to authorize strikes at two Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) hospitals, the nurses called in a federal mediator to join bargaining this week. The authorization allows the negotiating committees for the nurses to send to HMH
Nurses bargaining for a new contract with their current employer, Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) voted at the end of last week to authorize their bargaining committee to conduct a strike or another form of concerted activity if they are unable
Registered Nurses and Professional staff at Bergen Regional Medical Center (BRMC) after 19 years under the management of a for-profit corporation are pleased with County Executive’s decision to select Care Plus Bergen, a non-profit provider to take over the operation
Nearly 1,500 nurses represented by HPAE, NJ’s largest healthcare union, at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune and Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin, began negotiations with Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) on Wednesday, June 21.
On Friday, June 16 addiction treatment workers voted overwhelmingly to ratify a first contract agreement with American Addiction Centers (AAC), which owns Sunrise House in Lafayette, NJ.
Nearly 800 nurses represented by HPAE overwhelmingly approved an agreement which brings improvement in patient safety and workplace conditions at the Virtua Memorial hospital in Mount Holly, Virtua Community Services and Virtua’s Center for Women.