A tentative agreement has been reached between healthcare workers represented by HPAE and administration at Palisades Medical Center (HMHPMC), now part of the Hackensack Meridian System.
By a large majority, the members of local 5118 ratified their new contract yesterday with Cooper University Hospital. Read highlights of the agreement here.
As addiction treatment workers continue to be locked out by one of the nation’s largest for-profit addiction treatment corporations, American Addiction Centers (AAC), Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and Phil Murphy, Candidate for NJ Governor
On Tuesday, May 30th, AFT President Randi Weingarten and Phil Murphy, Candidate for New Jersey Governor, will join nurses and health professionals illegally locked out by American Addiction Centers (AAC).
One of the nation’s largest for-profit addiction treatment chains, American Addiction Centers (AAC), has illegally locked out workers after failing to reach an agreement for a first contract with nurses and health professionals at Sunrise House in Lafayette, NJ.
After nine months of bargaining a first contract, 120 nurses and addiction treatment workers at Sunrise House are set to begin a three-day Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) strike tomorrow and will hold a kick-off rally on May 24 at Noon.
After nine months of bargaining for patient and worker safety at the for-profit owned Sunrise House, addiction treatment workers represented by HPAE have informed administration of their intent to conduct a three day Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) strike at the
After months of protest and outrage, Congress dismissed pleas from their constituents, patients and working families by passing legislation to take away healthcare from millions of Americans by dismantling the ACA.
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
The lowest-income New Jerseyans of all ages, and most of those 60 and older, regardless of income, would be the biggest losers under the Republican plan to amend the Affordable Care Act, according to a nonpartisan analysis of the issue.