Nurses saving lives on the COVID-19 pandemic frontlines at two HMH hospitals are renegotiating a collective bargaining agreement that expires at month’s end.
Whether it was a much-admired grandmother who was a nurse or the memory of how a particularly kind nurse cared for a loved one, the inspiration for choosing to serve for many of the nurses we are honoring during Nurses
HPAE filed charges against NJ’s largest health system during 2018 contract negotiations for failure to bargain in good faith.
Union unveils online Memorial to member Lives Lost on Coronavirus Pandemic Frontlines
Statement from HPAE President Debbie White, RN on firing of nurse for defending rights of another
We wish to remind the public that the men and women of both the STFA and the HPAE are on the front lines of maintaining order and public safety and the treatment and care of patients, respectively during this crisis.
Representatives of New Jersey’s leading health care unions applaud Governor Murphy for creating a platform for collaboration within the health care industry to develop standardized responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
we are calling on the State of NJ to stay strong on standards and ensure all healthcare facilities have the supplies, training materials, and staffing support they need to reduce everyone's risk of exposure to COVID19.
The nurses represented by HPAE Local 5142 have called in a Federal mediator who attend negotiations on March 4th as both parties continue to negotiate.
Workers who have experienced or witnessed violent incidents fought for improvements which will increase safety measures and provide proper training.