Negotiations between Hackensack Meridian Health and HPAE have been tenuous as 2,500 represented are fighting to put an end to intimidation tactics in their workplace and to demand safe patient limits in the interest of patient and worker safety.
Hundreds of nurses and health professionals gathered in Atlantic City on Friday to recognize the leadership of Ann Twomey as she retired as President of HPAE.
The Health Professionals and Allied Employees accused Hackensack Meridian Health today of illegally orchestrating a union decertification effort using aggressive anti-union tactics that will ultimately fail.
Health professional held an informational picket outside of Palisades Medical Center to call on Hackensack Meridian Health to protect patient safety by committing to safe patient limits and put a stop to anti-union tactics that attempt to intimidate.
Informational Pickets Planned outside of Hackensack Meridian
Labor unions and community organizations are partnering with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka to sponsor a Town Hall.
“When nurses and health professionals are out on a picket line instead of by the bedside, it’s because something’s not right inside.” On Labor Day we stop to rest and recognize the achievements of every worker. In healthcare, Labor Day
Emerson, NJ – Hackensack Meridian Health, New Jersey’s largest non-profit and most profitable health system, pays its top officers millions of dollars and spends tens of millions of dollars on lobbying and public relations but refuses to reach a settlement