Recruit Remote Workers
Recruit Remote Workers in Hawaii
Hiring remote workers in Hawaii provides your business with diversity and a highly skilled workforce. A remote workforce located in Hawaii offers extended hours of operation, excellent customer service, multi-lingual workers, and a distributed workforce ensuring greater business continuity in multiple occupations that cross a wide range of professional services.
Resources for our Partners
Listed below you will find links to information and resources that will help in hiring a Hawaii based remote workforce. This includes information on business registration, employee protection and other necessary information and resources.
Post remote work opportunities on Hawaii’s official online labor exchange, Hirenet Hawaii
Hirenet Hawaii is the State of Hawaii’s official online labor exchange. Employer are able to post job openings, search through resumes for qualified remote working candidates as well as access industry and occupation statistics for our State. Click the link below then select “Sign In) to here to register your business and list your remote work opportunities on Hirenet Hawaii:
Doing Business in Hawaii
Looking for resources on providing employee benefits and protection including health care and workers compensation coverage your remote workforce, here are a few business partners in Hawaii to help you ensure remote employee wellness.
For information on establishing and conducting business in Hawaii and other local business resources, please visit: Starting a Business (ehawaii.gov)
Protect your Remote Workers in Hawaii
Maintaining a healthy workforce is priority for all businesses operating physically or remote in Hawaii. For information on worker protection programs, please visit: Disability Compensation Division | Prepaid Health Care links (hawaii.gov) This link also provides information on Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care law as well as links to Hawaii’s Temporary Disability Insurance, and Workers Compensation requirements.
Approved Health Care Plans
Click here for information on approved health care program for Hawaii’s workforce: Approved-Health-Care-Plans.pdf (hawaii.gov)