Mid-term Bargaining and Proposed Furloughs
Since the initial meeting held on Monday, November 16, 2020, the State’s Chief Negotiator Ryker Wada hasn’t responded to the UHPA Negotiations Committee follow-up letter questioning the Governor’s and the UH Administation’s furlough plan for Faculty members. In addition, no future meetings are currently scheduled.
Successor Bargaining Negotiations
Negotiations for a successor UHPA/BOR Unit 7 Agreement continues with a meeting scheduled for Monday, December 7, 2020. The UHPA Negotiations Committee is now fully engaged in discussing and deliberating with the Employer over the various proposals.
As of Friday, December 4, 2020, UHPA still has not received any formal response from the State’s Chief Negotiator Ryker Wada, Governor David Ige, and the State’s Attorney General over the draft Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) negotiated between the UHPA Negotiations Committee and the UH Administration over a proposed retirement incentive for Faculty members.
- New Budget update expected after December 14, 2020