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News Highlights

The Cost of Not Joining UHPA

Guest post by UHPA Member Randy Hirokawa, In my formative…

Christian Fern Named Executive Director

Christian Fern Named Executive Director of University of Hawaii…

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Though the current hurricane season is about to end, it's never…

Unprecedented Actions to Reduce Teaching Equivalencies (TE) at Kapiolani CC

UHPA was notified by Chancellor Pagotto of a significant cut…
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Inaugural Faculty Meetup was a great success!

Dan Harris-McCoy and UHPA President Ashley Maynard  organized…

UH Maui College 9/13 Faculty Meetup

What: Meet the UHPA Team and Share your Thoughts, prepare for…

Salary Research

National Rankings

The Union continues to study UH faculty salaries in comparison with peer groups. This update report is based upon 2010-2011 data including graphical historical trend analysis.

Administration

Interactive database of Executive Managerial (EM) salaries of July 2013

UH Faculty

Interactive database of faculty salaries for all campuses, types, and ranks

Faculty Contract: 2017-2021 Current Agreement

UHPA Member-only Benefits Programs

Especially for Members

History

UHPA has been the exclusive bargaining agent for all faculty members of the University System since November 1, 1974 with uninterrupted service ever since.

What we do

UHPA negotiates the faculty contract, ensures terms of the contract are enforced, and works to protect the rights of faculty members.

Common Healthcare and Retirement Questions

All faculty members (1/2 time or more) of the UH system are included by state law in bargaining unit 7.  Annual dues of 1% of your salary is made through payroll deduction.  To become an active member, you must complete an UHPA Membership Application.

Contact your Department Personnel Officer or the Hawaii Employer-Union Health Benefit Trust Fund (EUTF) @ 808.586.7390 or toll free @ 1.800.295.0089 with your eligibility questions.

Plan benefit questions should be directed to your carrier.  Contact info can be found at the EUTF website.

Contact the State of Hawaii Employees’ Retirement System (ERS) @ 808.586.1735 or 1.888.659.0708 for members residing on the continental US.   You may also visit theERS website.   

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