Both parties went back to the table over the last week. We were able to bargain some improvements in the economic package. Please plan to attend one of the Union presentations of the tentative agreement on June 28th.
We held a joint meeting with Rowan administration and CWA last week to discuss Juneteenth, evolving plans to reopen the campus, and vaccines. We wanted to give you some updates from that meeting.
The Healthcare Professionals and Allied Employees, in recognition of his steadfast support of frontline healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic, today endorsed Phil Murphy in his race to be re-elected as governor of New Jersey.
Citing support for frontline healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic, the state’s largest nurses and healthcare workers union has endorsed Gov. Phil Murphy for re-election.
Governor: Phil Murphy Lieutenant Governor: Sheila Oliver State Senators and Assembly Members Legislative District 2 Vince Mazzeo -Senate John Armato – Assembly Caren Fitzpatrick – Assembly Legislative District 3 Steve Sweeney – Senate John J. Burzichelli – Assembly Adam Taliaferro
Labor Management Meeting 5/4/2021 Auditorium Building 6 In attendance : Union – Jeff Peck – (Sheila Schicker and Margaret Merchant via conference call) Hospital HR – Jim Nisivoccia –Tom Dowling- Carrie Dehls – Roy Park – Tom Carey Acute –
Labor Department officials on Thursday announced a temporary emergency standard to protect health care workers, saying they face “grave danger” in the workplace from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
We are pushing forward with negotiations with the hospital. We have now put forth all of our proposals, including increased better staffing language, increased PTO, and many other changes that are deeply important for us and the for the future
Throughout the pandemic, more needed to be done to protect healthcare workers and other essential workers, many of whom are women, people of color and immigrants, who put their lives on the line every day in the past year.
Members of our local voted yesterday to reject the tentative agreement and to go on strike. At tomorrow's meeting, your local leaders will discuss what are next steps and how we can prepare for a strike.