Our HPAE family is in deep mourning today after the tragic death of Maria Ambrocio, an HPAE Local 5185 member who worked in the Oncology unit at Bayonne Medical Center.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida which swept through our region causing damage to property and homes, we wish to offer our affected members financial assistance.
From -The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Harold Brubaker Thousands of relatively inexperienced nurses have received raises from area health systems in a bid to prevent them from leaving for lucrative sign-on bonuses at other hospitals. Times are good for nurses
The mandate issued by Governor Murphy yesterday does not change our response to the issue of mandatory vaccination. As a union, we have the right to bargain our hours, wages and working conditions and this is no different.
HPAE supports the Governor's decision to create a pathway to increase vaccination rates while enforcing routine testing of those who are not able to be vaccinated.
The Nominations/Election Committee announces that they are now accepting nominations to represent Local 5103 at this year’s HPAE State Convention.
We applaud the New Jersey Legislature for approving a State budget that invests in essential programs and services for next year and Gov. Phil Murphy for his leadership during the process and for now signing that budget into law.
Healthcare workers—including HPAE members—have been on the front lines taking care of patients sick from COVID-19, its variants and after-effects of the disease.
This legislation would enhance public sector unions' right to information under the WDEA (The Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act) and give public sector workers the same rights and protections as workers in the private sector.
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.