Labor & Work-Life Issues

Contract Fight at U. of Hawaii Knocks Down Faculty Morale

Disheartened by a pay cut that they say violates their agreement, some professors look for jobs elsewhere

Carl Shaneff for The Chronicle

J.N. Musto, executive director of the faculty union at the U. of Hawaii, questions whether the administration is negotiating "in good faith."
January 10, 2010 Premium content for subscribers. Subscribe Today

Discouraged by stalled contract negotiations and their employer's decision last month to cut their pay, faculty members at the University of Hawaii made their way back to class this week. Although talks are slated to resume, their future is hazy. A...

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