As we head into this fall’s elections, with all 120 seats in the New Jersey legislature up this year, HPAE has made support for safe staffing legislation a key indicator for endorsement of candidates.
HPAE nurses and healthcare workers stand in solidarity with our USW4-200 nursing colleagues, at RWJUH, in the important fight for safe staffing. Hospital executives must not continue their short-sighted practice of down staffing to save money.
Please attribute the following statement to HPAE President Debbie White, RN EMERSON—HPAE nurses and health professionals at University Hospital have a special appreciation for the support Lt. Gov. Oliver provided as she reinforced the commitments made to the community of
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) did not flinch from the scope of challenges facing University Hospital in Newark and the need for critical upgrades and outright replacement of parts of the infrastructure in its study of a Master
Today, the Rutgers Board of Governors voted to merge the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick with the New Jersey Medical School in Newark.
After months of bargaining with Hackensack Meridian Health executives, nurses brought their message to the public’s attention as they continue to bargain for a contract that helps to recruit and retain nursing staff during a state-wide staffing crisis in hospitals.
On Thursday, May 11th, unionized nurses and other healthcare workers will rally outside the State House in Trenton to push legislators to pass NJ-S304/A4536 (Vitale/Jimenez).
HPAE Nurses Leaflet at Hospitals Across New Jersey, Building Momentum to Next Month’s Rally in Trenton for Safe Staffing Frontline healthcare workers will gather at NJ State Capitol on Thursday, May 11, 2023 to urge lawmakers to mandate enforceable staffing
Please attribute the following statement to HPAE President Debbie White, RN: Although HPAE is not on strike, we support our brothers and sisters at AAUP-AFT. We have also experienced the lack of movement and stall tactics exhibited by Rutgers at
New Jersey’s overworked, overburdened workforce call on lawmakers to pass safe staffing bill.