Within a week, and despite being spread across the state, more than 65% of HPAE FXB Members signed a petition of solidarity in support of returning to work with safety at the center of the plan.
More fallout from The Great Resignation: New Jersey hospitals are fighting over new staffers — while struggling to pay temps hired at extremely high salaries from agencies. One healthcare union head reports an “exodus” of nurses and other workers seeking
New Jersey Superior Court Judge Joseph Quinn has accepted New Jersey Acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck’s approval of CentraState Healthcare System and Atlantic Health System’s plans to expand their successful partnership.
Click here to read the latest National Bargaining Update which includes actions you can take right now to support the bargaining team. Also, don’t forget to vote YES right now to allow your Bargaining Committee to call for concerted action up to and
Thanks to the collective action of your group, supported by the power of our union contract, we win for all with the successful resolution of this class action grievance. Everyone should now be seeing full pay increases in today’s check.
After a decade of "merger mania," many organizations now are taking a step back and looking to unwind past partnerships or call off deals before they are finalized.
A coalition of attorneys general is urging an appellate court to block the merger of Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health and Englewood (N.J.) Health.
HPAE congratulates NJ Gov. Phil Murphy and Lieut. Gov. Sheila Oliver on their re-election. Our union also congratulates all our brothers and sisters running for office as Labor Candidates.
The South Jersey health care system Virtua Health says 120 staff members “exited” employment after refusing to obey a COVID-19 vaccination mandate. Virtua joins RWJ Barnabas, which fired 118 staffers across dozens of facilities Monday
Hundreds of nurses and health professionals gathered virtually on October 6-7 to re-elect a tried and tested slate of state officers to continue leading HPAE for another three years after an unprecedented global pandemic.