State’s largest nurses union calls for worker safety during contract negotiations

The fight continues for health workers demanding better protections on the job. Many wrote to NJ Spotlight News a year ago after using homemade personal protective equipment to report to work, their facilities caught off guard. The union representing more than 14,000 nurses and health care workers across the state is beginning contract negotiations for its members. Anchor Briana Vannozzi asked Debbie White, the president of Health Professionals and Allied Employees, what protections they want to see.

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