Nominations are now open for HPAE Local 5135 delegates to the AFT convention in July and the HPAE convention in October.
We have been getting calls from members concerning problems with the retro pay from the October 2014 wage increase. If you have discovered a discrepancy in your April 8th check contact your HPAE Staff Representative.
Join us on Saturday, April 23 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Newark Club, One Newark Center, 22nd Floor, Newark, NJ
Rutgers Labor Relations Department has confirmed for our union the schedule of the negotiated pay increases for our HPAE Local 5135 bargaining unit members. Although there has been a delay, the increases will be paid retroactively.
On Wednesday, December 9th, after five days of voting, the members of HPAE Local 5135 voted by an overwhelming majority of 97% to ratify our new contract with Rutgers University. This is the first contract we've negotiated with the University since the merger with UMDNJ
The HPAE Local 5135 Rutgers Contract Ratification Vote begins Friday, December 4, 2015. You have the opportunity to accept or reject the tentative agreement your negotiating committee reached with Rutgers management. Voting is open through 3:00 pm Wednesday, December 9, 2015.
Your HPAE Local 5135 bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with Rutgers management for a new contract covering UCHC Medical Health Registered Nurses. This is our first contract since the merger with Rutgers. We protected the standards we've worked
You can download a summary of the agreement here. The signed MOA can be found here. Click here to read the Rutgers Tuition Remission Policy (60.2.1) – applicable sections: B, C and D. Click here for contract ratification voting instructions
We are pleased to announce that your HPAE Local 5135 bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with Rutgers management for a new contract covering UCHC Medical Health Registered Nurses. This is our first contract since the merger with
May 6th, 2015 kicked off National Nurses Week. During the week, our employers hand out roses, take out newspaper ads applauding their nurses, or offer a free lunch or small gift. As a union, we fight to ensure nurses and other