Thanks to American Income Life (AIL) for their generous donation of $3,000 for the 2018 Hawaii State AFL-CIO scholarships. There will be three scholarships awarded in the amount of $1,000 each. High school students planning to attend post-high school study on a full-time basis will be considered for the three scholarships. Please see the details […]
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UHPA discovered that the University failed to deduct the appropriate dues from the retroactive paychecks issued on December 5, 2017. As a consequence of this administrative oversight, UHPA notified the University. The University has responded that faculty members will see a slightly higher deduction of dues in the January 5th payroll. The University has assured […]
As a member benefit, UHPA provides identity theft restoration coverage through ID Experts for all members—at no cost! No registration is required. If you become a victim of identity theft, simply email UHPA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the UHPA office at (808)593-2157. We will assist you in starting your recovery process by contacting ID Experts […]
On September 1, 2017 the Legislature approved the salary appropriations for the UHPA contract for 2017 and 2018. The bill now goes to the Governor for his signature. He is expected to sign. Today’s information indicates that back pay will not be received in the October 5 payroll. It may be late October or November […]
UHPA filed a request that the Hawaii Labor Relations Board rule on whether the Legislature may appropriate funds for a collective bargaining agreement during a Special Legislative Session. Over the course of this month, it became clear that there were issues being raised by the Governor’s office and the Speaker of the House that the […]
The 13th Annual Hawaii Foodbank’s Hunger Walk will take place on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Waterfront Plaza. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the Walk begins at 9 a.m. Click here for information on how to participate. Please spread the word!
Gov. Ige, Building relationships is key–show up and support UH and unions–we are your community. We are building Hawaii’s future. E. Yamashita UH Maui College
Dear Gov Ige, Every year we have the thought of moving off island for a better place for our children. This is because there aren’t enough role models and enough value put into education here in Hawaii. Help us make that decision to stay by putting your resources into education to promote STEM focus degrees. […]
Dear Governor Ige, Nine years ago I returned home from a well-paying job to raise my son in Hawaii. Doing what I love and am passionate about my homeland is beyond words. But the fact that our cost of living is so high and our salary is not commensurate makes it difficult to stay. Please […]
1. We need to do what we can to keep educational quality if we expect Hawaii students to remain here. 2. We have suffered greatly from this in the 23 years I’ve been here. 3. Fair compensation will enable us to keep good faculty. Faculty morale is at a low point. This situation is critical.