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Labor Unions in Hawaii

Hearings Set For Teachers’ Complaint Against State

Pre-hearing with Hawaii Labor Relations Board on Friday, Aug. 5, public hearings begin Aug. 15.

Hawaii Pays $50K For Help In Labor Dispute

Honolulu lawyer Robert S. Katz gets no-bid contract to help state in conflict with teachers union.
Newsmaker: Watch the Interview With HGEA Executive Director Randy Perreira

Newsmaker: Watch the Interview With HGEA Executive Director Randy Perreira

UPDATED Leader of the state's largest union talks budget realities and the standoff between the governor and teachers.
Abercrombie vs. Hawaii Teachers: What’s at Stake

Abercrombie vs. Hawaii Teachers: What’s at Stake

Impasse between state and HSTA is a watershed moment.

Are Nurses Worth It? Open Letter to Nurses

Ken Moskow, a registered nurse on Maui, responds to Hawaii governor's new contract proposal.
HGEA: Public Nurse Pay ‘Woefully’ Behind Private Sector

HGEA: Public Nurse Pay ‘Woefully’ Behind Private Sector

HGEA Executive Director Randy Perreira says wage gap is too large.
Inside Honolulu: April 26

Inside Honolulu: April 26

UPDATED 3:02 p.m. State lawmakers to decide on TAT Wednesday; Economist on HGEA deal's implications.

Off The Beat: FBI And Sick Leave/Overtime Fraud

Hawaii take note: Feds review abuse by Las Vegas firefighters.

Straight Talk From Hawaii Union Rep to His Members

Read what UHPA lobbyist John Radcliffe tells faculty about Hawaii Legislature, finances when the doors are closed.
Labor Unions in Hawaii