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What Hawaii employers need to know ahead of election day

Pacific Business News - October 31, 2018
As the midterm elections near, Hawaii employers need to be aware of their employees’ rights when it comes to casting their votes on election day next week. Under Hawaii law, employers are required to provide two hours of paid time off from work to their staff for the purposes of voting.

Hawaii Businesses Look For New Strategies to Recruit and Retain Talent Amid Growing Labor Shortage and Challenging Business Climate

Labor costs, made up of wages, benefits, insurance, taxes, admin, and more, can account for up to 70 percent of total business expenses. In the Hawaiian market, specifically, HR needs encompass more than high labor costs, including frequently changing regulations and labor shortages.

ProService Hawaii Named One of Hawaii's Best Workplaces for 2018

Pacific Business News - October 30, 2018
ProService Hawaii scored in the top five businesses state-wide in Pacific Business News's list of “Hawaii’s Best Workplaces 2018” for going above and beyond the status quo to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for employees.

Akamai Learning: Expert Offers Job Interview Tips

A first job interview can be intimidating. But it doesn't have to be. So how can you leave a good impression on future employers?

ProService Hawaii Launches New And Enhanced Services to Help Local Businesses Succeed

ProService Hawaii has launched several new innovative services to help businesses further attract qualified candidates and convince top performers to stay despite Hawaii’s tight labor market.

ProService Hawaii Creates New Company-Wide Initiative to Give Back

ProService Hawaii has launched PROitForward, a company-wide service project that encourages employees to “pay it forward” to local communities.

Dogs Invade Downtown Office on Take-Your-Dog-to-Work Day

KHON2 - June 22, 2018
Man's best friend accompanied their owners at work on Friday. That's because it's take-your-dog-to-work day.

ProService Hawaii Welcomes New Investor to Support Continued Growth

ProService Hawaii, the State’s leading HR management firm, is proud to announce that FFL Partners (“FFL”) has invested in the company.

ProService buying the Hawaii Group's HiHR

ProService Hawaii buying The Hawaii Group's HiHR

Ben Godsey on providing your employees

A Q&A from Biz Journals with Ben Godsey. ProService Hawaii was bought in 2005 by Ben Godsey, its current president and CEO, and his partner Dustin Sellers, who is no longer with the company. Since then, ProService has grown to 1,300 client companies and 22,000 worksite employees. Godsey sees a huge future for ProService and its ability to make it easier, better and more profitable to do business in Hawaii. He spoke to PBN about his experiences and the industry.

Rewards & Recognition

ProService Hawaii Named One of Hawaii's Best Workplaces for 2018

Pacific Business News - October 30, 2018
ProService Hawaii scored in the top five businesses state-wide in Pacific Business News's list of “Hawaii’s Best Workplaces 2018” for going above and beyond the status quo to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for employees.

ProService Hawaii marks 10-year anniversary on Kauai

ProService Hawaii has moved its Kauai offices to a new location in the Kauai Village Shopping Center at 4-831 Kuhio Hwy., Suite 400. The move coincides with the Human Resources management firm’s 10-year anniversary on Kauai; the new location provides clients with easier access, more parking and greater visibility.

People & Promotions

ProService Hawaii Names Gary Co As Controller

ProService Hawaii has hired experienced finance and accounting professional Gary Co as controller. In his new role, Co will be responsible for the company’s forecasting, analysis, budgeting and financial reporting, and will oversee a growing staff of finance professionals.

ProService Hawaii Promotes Casey Graves and Jonathan Ito

Continuing on a rapid growth curve, ProService Hawaii has promoted two professionals to the management level: Casey Graves is now development manager and Jonathan Ito is benefit services manager.

ProService Hawaii Promotes Tiffany Donnelly and Jordan Wong

Continuing a rapid growth curve, ProService Hawaii has promoted two professionals to the management level: Tiffany Donnelly has been named client HR manager and Jordan Wong is senior account manager.
Media Contact

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) 394-3100. On the web at www.proservice.com.

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Caroline Witherspoon or Susan Wright