HONOLULU — Hawaii State Federal Credit Union (Hawaii State FCU) has announced that it will require all of its 369 employees on Oahu and Maui to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Oct. 1, 2021.
“The goal of our vaccine mandate is to protect our members, employees, and the broader community from COVID-19 infection,” said Andrew Rosen, president and CEO, Hawaii State FCU. “It is clear that vaccination against COVID-19 is one of the greatest tools available to lessen the spread within our community and protect from severe illness and hospitalization. With more businesses requiring the vaccine as a condition of employment, I’m hopeful we’ll see an end to this pandemic soon.”
Accommodations will be provided to Hawaii State FCU employees who are unable to be vaccinated due to medical or religious reasons. Those requesting accommodation will be required to provide certifications. They will also be required to test regularly for COVID‑19 and may be subject to job modifications. Currently, 78 percent of Hawaii State FCU’s employees are fully vaccinated.
Hawaii State FCU membership is open to more than 300 local organizations and businesses, and all active and retired employees of the State of Hawaii, City and County of Honolulu and Maui County.
About Hawaii State Federal Credit Union
Hawaii State Federal Credit Union (Hawaii State FCU) was founded in 1936. Serving state, city and county employees as well as non-profits and select businesses and their families across the state, Hawaii State FCU has more than 120,000 members and $2 billion in assets. Hawaii State FCU provides financial advising, checking, savings and loan services on Oahu and in Kahului, Maui. For more information, visit www.HawaiiStateFCU.com.