As the November 8th election nears, HPAE has announced its endorsements for candidates in federal, state, county and local election races in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Over a two week period registered nurses and health professionals at University Hospital voted to approve new three year contracts retroactive to October 2014 and will expire in September 2017
After a trial with 33 hearing days over two years, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge has found Meadowlands Hospital guilty of more than a dozen violations of labor rights of nurses and healthcare workers at the hospital
Bonnie Watson Coleman, the Representative for New Jersey’s 12th Congressional District, will be the keynote speaker at HPAE’s convention on October 6 and 7 in Atlantic City. Coleman is a long-time and influential advocate for the people of New Jersey and is currently
President Twomey's Labor Day Message highlights the crucial role our union and the labor movement plays in creating an economy and political system which is fair and just.
HPAE President Ann Twomey explains why she is supporting Hillary Clinton for President.
While the booming debt collection industry typically reaps a 20 percent return on investment, Americans are drowning in debt from medical bills, student loans, mortgages, credit cards and car loans.
Registered Nurses at Inspira Health Network voted to approve new three-year contracts to cover 1,300 nurses across four hospitals in the health system.
After three contract extensions and the involvement of a federal mediator, 1,300 registered nurses represented by HPAE have reached tentative agreements with Inspira Health Network. Upon a successful vote to ratify these Agreements, nurses at Inspira hospitals in Vineland, Elmer
By a nearly 5 to 1 vote, addiction treatment workers at Sunrise House, part of the national for-profit chain, American Addiction Centers, voted to join HPAE, NJ’s largest union of healthcare professionals.