1199SEIU New Jersey Division
Phone: 732.287.8113

Contact 1199SEIU New Jersey

The 1199SEIU New Jersey Division was formed out of the merger of the former SEIU Local 1199 NJ with 1199SEIU in October 2008. The New Jersey Division, with nearly 8,000 workers, represents the largest percentage of long term care workers in the State. Our nursing home members include certified nurses assistants, LPNs, Recreational Aides, Maintainence and Housekeepers. We also represent hundreds of Home Health Aides who also provide direct care to elderly and disabled individuals throughout the state.

Number of Members: 8,000
Number of Delegates: 250
Number of Facilities: 74



New Jersey Delegates

Everyday, 1199SEIU members are continuing to build on our historic growth in New Jersey by uniting and organizing healthcare and home care workers across the state.


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alaris-pic_feat.jpgOn April 16, 1199SEIU members working at four nursing homes owned by Alaris Health gathered together in North Bergen, NJ, with one goal in mind—to lay the groundwork for winning union contracts that will protect and improve their job standards in 2014 and beyond. The union’s current contracts at Alaris facilities expired on March 31.

njNursing_feat.jpg1199SEIU caregivers are organizing to improve quality care for New Jersey’s elderly and disabled population by advocating for increased Medicaid funding for nursing homes. Over 40,000 New Jersey residents receive round-the-clock nursing home care, and two thirds of them rely on Medicaid to cover the costs.

tallwood_feat2.jpgOn Tuesday, March 18, 205 caregivers at Tallwoods Care Center in Bayville won a major victory when they voted to join with 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, the largest and fastest growing union of healthcare workers in New Jersey and nationwide. These workers persevered despite an aggressive anti-union campaign from management.

Paulette-Johnson_feat.jpg Editor’s note: On Saturday, March 8th, 1199SEIU members hosted their second annual International Women’s Day celebration at the Rutgers Labor Education Center in New Brunswick, NJ. Labor unions, community groups, and elected leaders from across New Jersey participated in the event which featured speeches from working women who are fighting to end the exploitation of workers and win justice for working families.

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