While some hospital networks like RWJBarnabas Health are mandating vaccinations, many others have formulated voluntary policies, despite encouraging immunization among their employees. Here’s where the state’s biggest health systems and organizations stand...
The state’s hospitals and health care workers up and down the line have been coming to grips with a post-pandemic world and the new problems it presents.
For years, nurses in New Jersey have raised concerns about workforce shortages and staffing levels they believe put patients and employees in danger.
A largely unmasked nation will celebrate the nation’s return to near-normalcy this weekend with a ticker-tape parade in New York City, a dazzling fireworks display over the Washington Monument and countless Independence Day gatherings in cities and towns across the
Rutgers Health will require its health care workers to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 moving forward, the school announced Monday, triggering a potential showdown with organized labor groups that have opposed mandatory inoculations.
Local 5118 Registered Nurses Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Cooper University Health Care 2021
Citing support for frontline healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic, the state’s largest nurses and healthcare workers union has endorsed Gov. Phil Murphy for re-election.
Governor: Phil Murphy Lieutenant Governor: Sheila Oliver State Senators and Assembly Members Legislative District 2 Vince Mazzeo -Senate John Armato – Assembly Caren Fitzpatrick – Assembly Legislative District 3 Steve Sweeney – Senate John J. Burzichelli – Assembly Adam Taliaferro
Labor Department officials on Thursday announced a temporary emergency standard to protect health care workers, saying they face “grave danger” in the workplace from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.