HONOLULU – As Hawaii moves towards economic recovery through the reopening of businesses, ProService Hawaii has been fielding many questions from business owners (clients and non-clients) about the uncertainty they are facing. As Hawaii’s leader in HR solutions, ProService released a new FREE guide titled #TheNewNormal: How to Make a Comeback Plan that provides advice packed with business and HR strategy as many Hawaii employers start the reopening process.
Some of the hot topics addressed in the new Reopening Guide are:
- Business strategy, adaptation and invention for a new tomorrow
- Finding the talent opportunity during the Covid-19 crisis
- Ensuring a safe reopening for employees and customers
“We come from the belief that we need to empower our community to help create solutions,” says Ben Godsey, president and CEO of ProService Hawaii. “While our newest guide may not have all the answers, we believe sharing data can create greater insight, and help improve the definition of our economic challenges.”
Since the pandemic began, the experts at ProService moved with urgency to create over 200+ articles, eGuides, FAQs, webinars, on-demand videos and other tailored resources for all business and HR leaders in Hawaii. Since its launch in March, the company’s Employer’s Guide to the Coronavirus website has generated over 473,000+ page views, 28,000 on-demand video views and 5,000+ registrants for its timely webinars.
About ProService Hawaii
ProService is the state’s leader in HR management. The company provides a comprehensive suite of HR solutions including strategic HR, payroll, human resource services, health benefits management, workers’ compensation and 401(k) management, as well as risk management and regulatory compliance, for over 2,000 local businesses representing 35,000 employees statewide. It is accredited by the Employer Services Assurance Corporation (ESAC).
ProService is headquartered on Oahu at 6600 Kalanianaole Hwy., Ste. 200, Honolulu HI 96825. Additional offices are located in Kona, Kahului and Kapaa. Telephone: (808) 466-1296. On the web at www.proservice.com.