• Member Benefits
    HUCTW and Harvard University Employee Credit Union (HUECU) offer 0% interest loans of up to $3,500 to help members with the initial costs of renting a new home, including costs such as first and last month's rent or moving trucks. We also offer loans for home buyers for moving expenses.
  • Get Involved!
    It's time to start planning for our 2022 negotiations with Harvard, and there are some important ways members can help starting in March!
  • Solidarity
    Please sign our petition to support economic fairness and HUCTW inclusion members in our Harvard sister union, HUSPMGU. HUSPMGU represents about 80 members who work as Parking Monitors for Harvard Campus Services and as Museum Attendants at the Harvard Art Museums and they need our help!
  • HUCTW Survey
    Please fill out the 2022 Negotiations Survey! This survey is a critical tool in our upcoming negotiations with Harvard for salary increases, benefit enhancements, and other key policies. We will accept survey responses until May 1.
  • 2022 Negotiations
    HUCTW's election for 2022 Negotiating Team Representatives took place March 8-9, 2022. Results are posted on our website. Thank you to everyone who took part!

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HUCTW Solidarity

Black Lives Matter

HUCTW stands in solidarity with protesters in the urgent fight for racial justice, equality, and human rights. As human beings, and as advocates for economic and social justice, we must commit to the eradication of racism in our communities, our country, and the wider world.

News & Events

Our 2022 Contract Negotiations

Our 2022 Contract Negotiations


Our current Agreement with Harvard has a one-year term and is set to expire on September 30, 2022. This means we need to begin planning our next round of contract negotiations with the University now in order to have a new Agreement in place by October 1. Negotiating a contract that will determine our salary increases, enhancements in programs and benefits, and other key policies for the next several years is an exciting prospect, but it is also a challenging one that will require significant participation from HUCTW members to achieve the best contract possible. 

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Support Our Sister Union: HUSPMGU

Support Our Sister Union: HUSPMGU


Please sign our petition to support economic fairness and HUCTW inclusion for museum and parking staff in our sister union, HUSPMGU! HUSPMGU represents about 80 members who work as Harvard museum and parking attendants. They work alongside HUCTW members everyday, and yet their pay and benefits are substandard. For 5+ years HUSPMGU has actively sought to become part of HUCTW in order to bolster their pay, benefits, and bargaining strength. Harvard administrators have repeatedly resisted proposed plans for a merger and the situation is growing serious.

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HUCTW Negotiations Survey Is Still Open

HUCTW Negotiations Survey Is Still Open


Please take 15 minutes to fill out the 2022 HUCTW Negotiations Survey. This survey is a critical tool in our upcoming negotiations with Harvard for our pay increases, benefits, other important policies. The survey helps HUCTW negotiators determine which ideas and concerns should be priorities during the talks. It also provides us with crucial anonymous data and stories about members' work and life situations that we can use during negotiations to illustrate your key issues and concerns.

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2022 Negotiating Team Election Results

2022 Negotiating Team Election Results


The 2022 Election for Regional Negotiating Team Representatives took March 8 – 9, 2022. There were four contested races: (1) in the FAS Arts Region, (2) in the FAS Sciences Region, (3) in the Medical Region, and (4) in the Professional Region of the campus. There was no contested race in the Central Region. HUCTW members voted online, via a unique access link sent to each member by email, which opened an electronic ballot. This unique access link was randomly generated by the third-party vendor, ElectionBuddy.

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Over 30 Years of Solidarity

HUCTW is approximately five-thousand Harvard employees of diverse backgrounds, ages, talents, and opinions. Our work supports the teaching and research at Harvard, in libraries and museums, in labs, in offices, and out in the world. Some of us are on our way to graduate school; others of us are making our careers here. We are parents, artists, students, and more. Although we may hold different views and speak in many voices, we speak together as a Union for the things that matter to us: pay and benefits, and also flexibility, work-life balance, and self-determination in the workplace.

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