Demand far outstrips supply currently. The state has been allocated far fewer doses than the number of people who want them. More than a million have registered for the vaccine at covidvaccine.nj.gov, while about 600,000 vaccine doses have been received
Management is demanding a three-year contract that does not address the many concerns the membership has at HRH. In addition, they only want to provide raises of 1.4%, 1.6% and 2% each year.
The vision the governor laid out today in his state-of-the-state address is a continuation of his steadfast leadership of New Jersey in a time of global pandemic that has hit New Jersey particularly hard.
The Nominations/Election Committee announces that there are (3) local officer position that are up for this special election this year. It is the President, Co-Vice President and Grievance Chairperson.
For hospitals, the first New Jersey institutions to inject the COVID vaccine into the arms of their employees, the rollout has been an emotional experience and a logistical challenge. They’ve engineered new websites, carved out space and redeployed staff.
With your support, your Negotiating Committee has worked hard to bargain a tentative agreement with Union County on behalf of Cornerstone Behavioral Health for Registered Nurses. We were able to make a number of significant improvements.
The only thing missing? Vaccines. Now that health care workers, nursing home residents and first responders are being inoculated against the coronavirus, the state is well into the first phase of the vaccine program.
Covid-19 has taken an outsized toll on Black and Hispanic Americans – and those disparities extend to medical workers
HPAE has now learned that there is a stay on the proceedings for the merger until the Federal Court of New Jersey decides on the injunction request.
The HPAE Local 5112 Executive Board is pleased to announce that on December 29th we were able to reach a settlement with Union County just in time for the expiration of our contract on December 31, 2020.