Starting a small business in Hawaii is difficult, keeping it compliant even more so. Here are the basics of HR compliance every small business should know.
Open enrollment is a designated period each year during which employees have the opportunity to modify or select new insurance coverage. Every employer in Hawaii is impacted by the open enrollment period, as state regulations mandate that all businesses provide health insurance to their full-time staff. The process can be intricate for your workforce. Employers…
In this blog Jasmine Tanioka discusses 4 reasons why partnering with ProService was a game changer for Tanioka’s Seafoods and Catering
When you hear the term “co-employment,” what comes to mind? A lot of employers think it means working with a staffing agency, leasing employees, or giving up control over their employees to an outside company. These common misconceptions couldn’t be further from the actual co-employment definition. But what is co-employment exactly? In this article, we’ll…
How do you attract great Millennials to work at your company? We share three key tips.
You can find significant savings on your labor costs—everything from healthcare and benefits to workers’ compensation and employee perks. The answer is HR outsourcing.
It’s common for employers to link up with an outside partner to support tasks like payroll, benefits administration, and employee paperwork to save time and money. Of those who do, many choose to work with a PEO. But what does a PEO do, and how do PEOs work? This article will break down the jargon and explain…
While many employers think there’s little they can do, there are actually steps to take to control labor costs.
At ProService Hawaii, we understand that attraction and retention strategies matter. Unfilled jobs can result in unfulfilled growth. Through our new-hire tool to simplify workflows and enhancements to our benefits offerings, ProService Hawaii is ready to help even more local businesses make a strong first—and lasting—impression with great employees.
Finding the next hire for your business can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. When you finally find the perfect fit, you want to make sure you’re doing everything possible to help them see that your business is their best choice for employment.
You already know that you need to pay employees fairly and offer them a comprehensive benefits package. But today’s hiring environment is more competitive than ever. Today, we’re sharing 4 creative ideas for reducing employee churn.
Investing in your employees is critical to your success. At ProService Hawaii, we’ve found that employers who invest in the growth and development of their