Addiction treatment workers reached a tentative agreement late in the day on June 14, for a first contract with American Addiction Centers (AAC), which owns Sunrise House in Lafayette, NJ.
All four HPAE bargaining units at Palisades Medical Center overwhelmingly voted to ratify a 1 year contract agreement with Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) which improves provides for a 2.25% wage increase and initiates meetings to discuss joint bargaining with other
On the same day that the state approved a deal to sell the ailing Memorial Hospital of Salem County to the California-based healthcare provider, the deal was scrapped by the buyer.
As HPAE continues the fight for safe staffing legislation in New Jersey, a bill which sets national standards for nurse staffing levels has been introduced in Congress. Last week, Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) introduced the Nurse Staffing Standards
Nunes and the 13 other Republican members of Congress from California voted for the House measure, called the American Health Care Act — even though some had suggested earlier that they would oppose it. The bill was unanimously opposed by
May 4, 2017 HPAE Local 5030 at Palisades Medical Center began contract negotiations with Hackensack Meridian Health on Monday for a successor contract. The current contract expires May 31st.
HPAE is joining with New Jersey Policy Perspective and other progressive groups in calling for improvements to the current New Jersey Paid Family Leave insurance law. Just 12 percent of New Jersey’s eligible new parents are receiving family leave benefits, according
Rep. Tom MacArthur of New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District has now resurrected the bill with a new amendment that retains all the worst elements of the original plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Local 5118 Negotiations Committee met with Cooper yesterday for our second day of negotiations and was encouraged by the tremendous support from members who came to the negotiations.
House Republican leaders, facing a revolt among conservatives and moderates in their ranks, pulled legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act from consideration on the House floor Friday in a major defeat for President Trump on the first legislative showdown