The work of UPW members is physically demanding, and the staff understands and works toward securing added benefits for the membership. UPW partners with various businesses and organizations to bring members discounts on products and services.
- AFSCME Advantage
- Cancer Insurance – Allstate
- DTRIC – Auto and Homeowners Insurance Plan
- Hawaii Pacific University
- Home Street Bank, The Inside Edge Program
- Lex Brodies
- Red Wing Shoes – Hawaii
- Talk Story Bookstore
- Sun Life Financial – Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
- UPW Mutual Aid Fund (MAF) Plan
- Wet N Wild Hawaii
Employer Benefit Questions
With over 13,000 members in both the Public and Private Sector, benefit packages differ from one Employer to the next. Let us point you in the right direction.
Links to more information, as well as, contact information to the Employer Union Health Benefits Trust Fund (EUTF) and Employees Retirement System (ERS) are below.
- OAHU 586-7930
- HAWAII (800) 295-0089
- OAHU 596-1735
- HAWAII 974-4077
- KAUAI 274-3010
- MAUI 984-8181
- MOLOKAI/LANAI (800) 468-4644 (X61735)
Links to more information, as well as, contact information is provided below. At this time, not all Private Sector Employers have online information on Benefits. Contact your Employer at the number provided and ask to speak with someone in the PERSONNEL or HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
Avalon Care Center 847-4834
Child & Family Services 681-1597
DSI, Renal (615) 467-0144
Hale Makua 871-9250
Hawaii Island United Way
Kahuku Medical Center 293-6200 (X370)
Kuakini Geriatric 547-9148
Kuakini Medical Center 547-9148
Lunalilo Home (Contact Altres) 591-4900
Maui United Way 224-8787 (X25)
Molokai General Hospital 553-3120
Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific 544-3334 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aloha United Way 543-3321
Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children 535-7571
Wahiawa General Hospital 621-4333
STILL HAVING TROUBLE FINDING WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR? Contact your Employer and ask to speak with someone in the personnel or human resources department.
Above, in the background: “Roads & BWS Workers”, Ceramic Tile Mural Panel 3, Jean Charlot, UPW Headquarters. Communicating the dignity and importance of the work by UPW members was just as important as memorializing the struggle for fairness. Road and Board of Water Supply (BWS) workers seldom have occasion to work together. Charlot, however, cast them here at the same work site to repair a massive water pipe break. At street level, the road workers wield jackhammers and wheelbarrow, while the BWS crew, knee-deep in muddy water, handle water pump hoses, and placement of the jaws of the giant diesel shovel.