Tentative Deal for U. of Hawaii Faculty

January 18, 2010

The University of Hawaii and its faculty union have reached an agreement that will cut salaries now but eventually provide raises, The Honolulu Advertiser reported. The university and the union agreed to keep the terms confidential so there is no official word on the provisions, but the Advertiser reported that it includes a 6.7 percent pay cut, which would be restored over the term of the contract, followed by raises. The university unilaterally imposed the pay cut this month, drawing widespread faculty criticism.

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