Under-staffing is driving the healthcare system to the brink of collapse and needlessly threatening patient care.
HPAE, New Jersey's largest union of health care workers, mourns the passing of State Senator Ronald Rice, a tireless fighter for his city and state.
HPAE, New Jersey's largest union of healthcare workers, congratulates Gov. Phil Murphy's forward-looking 2024 Fiscal Budget proposal.
HPAE, New Jersey's largest union of healthcare workers, stands in solidarity with our New York nursing colleagues as they fight to improve working conditions, salaries and staffing policies at their hospitals.
At an informational picket on Thursday at Llanfair House Care & Rehabilitation Center unionized nurses protested the lack of progress in contract negotiations that have been going on for months.
After one of the most consequential elections in American history, HPAE is sending out congratulations to endorsed candidates who are the declared winners in national, state and local races of these Midterm Elections.
Jersey Shore University Medical Center unionized Registered Nurses ... have now ratified renewal of the agreement that improves wages and working conditions for three more years.
Cornerstone Behavioral Health Hospital nurses have won vastly improved wages and working conditions in a new contract that should go a long way toward helping the hospital in Berkeley Heights, Union County recruit and retain nurses.
Union workers fed up with Rutgers using its partnership with Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health for union busting gathered Tuesday for a rally at Rutgers’ campus in New Brunswick.
This is a victory for our union members, who stood up to HMH's attempts to undermine their union rights. Bargaining is a protected right under labor law, which a Judge and the NLRB have affirmed.