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Governor Murphy signed a new bill into law on Tuesday, September 15th which allows members that contracted CoVid-19 while working at UH are now eligible to claim Workers’ Comp benefits retroactive to March 9, 2020.
During the health emergency, essential workers no longer have to prove they contracted the coronavirus on the job to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Gov. Phil Murphy signed it into law Monday, retroactive to March 9.
Health fleet transports continue to be a problem, and the delays have created an ER crisis. Yasser agreed to address the issues and recommended a member of the management team to attend our meetings.
In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers who were exposed, infected and sickened by the virus faced an additional worry: whether they would qualify for workers' compensation benefits.
My name is Kim Robinson and I am a dining associate at HMH Jersey Shore University Medical Center where I have worked for three years.
Local 5106 also signed on the letter of support to provide a safer environment for the students and teachers of the Philadelphia Public Schools.
Many of HPAE’s FY2021 revised budget priorities are based on the concerns and needs brought to light by the State’s experience with the COVID-19 pandemic over the past six months.
The Nominations/Election Committee announces that there are four (4) local officer positions that are up for election this year.
HPAE is aware that some members will face difficulty with their work schedules due to various childcare issues that have arisen from the CoVid-19 pandemic.