Remote Workers

Work Remotely – Residents

Find organizations that are working in partnership with the State of Hawaii to provide you with access to secure and vetted remote work opportunities.

Accessing these benefits are simple:

Step 1. Register with the Hawaii Remote Work Project

Registration is required as it provides you with maximum benefits you are entitled to from the State for both re-employment and career advancement opportunities through Hawaii’s public workforce system. This registration tie back to Hawaii’s public workforce system

Step 2. Review the type of remote work solutions that best fits your needs

There are a number of remote work opportunities for Hawaii’s residents to select from and you’re not limited to participating in just one! These options have been made available to you to maximize your opportunity for securing the type of remote work that best meets your needs and helps you balance work, life and play in Hawaii.

Step 3: Select the 1 or more solution that best meets your needs

Clicking on the remote work option that best meets your needs will take you to the our partners’ website designed specifically to meet the needs of Hawaii’s residents.

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Frequently Asked Questions

DBEDT has partnered with three remote work solution providers. Each of these providers offer different forms of remote work solutions. A description of each of the types of remote work is provided on resource page which is provided after your registration.

Not at this time. If you are unemployed or seeking any employment or re-employment services from any of our county American Job Centers please register for Hirenet Hawaii to ensure the maximum service and benefits you are entitled to through the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

Your registration information is sent to the American Job Center in your county. This information verifies that you are registered in Hirenet Hawaii and ensures that you will receive the maximum benefits including career guidance, re-employment services and any necessary training to help you achieve your employment goals.

Under the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity which is administered by the State of Hawaii Workforce Development Council, each county has established an American Job Center. The contact for the American Job Center serving your county is listed on this site of simply click the following link for more information:

Workforce Development Council | American Job Centers (hawaii.gov)

There are a variety of types of work you can do online. Not all types of work or jobs lend themselves well to working remotely. Here are few resources that can help you learn more about the types of jobs that fit well for remote work.

20 In-Demand Work-From-Home Jobs Available Now | Indeed.com

Remote work offers a variety of benefits for the residents of Hawaii. Here are a few resources that can help you learn more about the benefit and challenges with remote work.

The Benefits of Working From Home: Why The Pandemic Isn’t the Only Reason to Work Remotely | FlexJobs

The Benefits And Challenges Of Employee Remote Work (forbes.com)

16 Benefits of Work From Home for Employers | Indeed.com

Ready to connect with the right resources?

Fill out this form to get access to remote work resources for your county.

Contact your local AJC