Emerson, NJ— Jersey Shore University Medical Center (JSUMC) nurses and healthcare workers have relied on the childcare center at their hospital for decades. Now, Hackensack Meridian Health, the corporation that owns JSUMC, will close the center on September 30, 2022, leaving
My family’s history is rich and deep.
When Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, to begin fully enforcing the Emancipation Proclamation, the law granting enslaved Americans their freedom had already been on the books for more than two years.
And, yet it’s a day that arrives with little recognition of what it is we’re commemorating. For me, it’s still a day of reflection and contemplation because I have not had time yet to build my family’s traditions around it.
The latest tragic shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a stark reminder to all of us that gun violence-in fact, violence in general-not only affects our schools but our healthcare institutions as well.
Members of HPAE Local 509 have overwhelmingly ratified a new three-year contract that will boost wages and provide improvements in work rules and the tuition reimbursement program.
This tragic moment calls on us all to be compassionate not just to the families of 19 children and two adults senselessly killed yesterday in Uvalde, Texas, but also to the anguished soul of an 18-year-old who perpetrated this tragedy.
Emerson, NJ—HPAE members congratulate Ras Baraka on his re-election as mayor of the great city of Newark. Mayor Baraka has been a friend and partner in the struggle to empower healthcare workers, especially at Newark’s University Hospital. HPAE members at
Rutgers Joint negotiations proposals FINAL 4.26.22
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