Data gathered from the Office of Human Resources has been published on our UH Salary Research section and over the years has proven to be an invaluable resource that is easily available. This data is typically updated quarterly. The specific salary sections updated as of January 2019 are organized by: Faculty salaries Department salaries System-wide salaries Campus salaries
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UHPA Members can access tenure and promotion data that includes 2016-2018 academic years. Members can access both graphs and the tables producing those graphs published within a Google sheet. UHPA Executive Director Kristeen Hanselman said, “Each year UHPA gathers information on faculty success in obtaining tenure, increased compensation with promotion, and completion of probationary periods […]
Our 5th Annual UHPA Aulani Resort Experience is shaping up to be more popular than ever. There are only a handful of rooms available. This is your absolutely last chance to get a fantastic rate for a great family weekend. You can book your stay for up to 5 days before or 5 days after […]
UHPA Members now have access to an exclusive automotive purchase program via the JN Group that includes guaranteed discounts on your next vehicle (either new or pre-owned) purchase. Not a member yet? Join now via this instant membership online form. Are you already a member but can’t access the content? Click here to troubleshoot or […]
Our 5th Annual UHPA Aulani Resort Experience has an added bonus this year: you can book your stay for up to 5 days before or 5 days after our allocated days of Nov 1-3. This means you can stay at the Aulani either the weekend prior or during Nov 1-3! There are only a limited […]
The last four faculty paychecks illustrated the problems within DAGS and the ongoing issues when a state agency doesn’t know UHPA and takes some authority away from UH payroll. A brief recap of the mistakes that UHPA identified and ensured there were corrections. Pursuant to the U.S. Supreme Court Janus v AFSCME decision effective June […]
Many faculty members who were placed on administrative leave with pay were subject to ongoing 30 day extensions without being informed of the need for the extensions.These situations often were a result of administrative investigations based on workplace violence or Title IX. complaints. Investigations were ongoing for substantial periods of time with no information forthcoming […]
Mahalo, everyone! Donʻt forget to vote! A special message from Colleen Hanabusa to say MAHALO to our brothers and sisters in labor for all their support with Hanabusa for Governor campaign.
By Lynne Wilkens, UHPA President This past week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on Janus v. AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees) has created a stir across the nation. The ruling overturns the Supreme Court’s 1977 ruling on Abood v. Detroit Board of Education that has served as a precedent for more than […]
In the 2012 elections, Hawaii’s voter turnout was just 44.5%, the lowest of all the states in the nation. In 2016, Hawaii earned the dubious distinction once again with only 43% of Hawaii’s eligible voters casting a ballot. By contrast, that year Minnesota had the highest turnout at 74.8% and the overall national turnout of […]