It is a “myth” that employers are trying to use credit reports to deny employment, attorney and management consultant Lester Rosen says. Read more
Popularly-provided benefits by Hawaii employers such as 401(k) company match, cell phones, educational assistance/training, employee parties, professional membership dues, and recognition/service awards have already been cut back by a significant percentage of companies offering them, a recent HEC survey shows. Read more
Hawaii employers no longer have the option of sending child support payments directly to the designated recipient, and must send the payments to the Child Support Enforcement Agency for processing.
Fewer employees are expecting a pay raise or a cost-of-living increase in the next 12 months than was seen in the previous two quarters, according to a recent quarterly survey from The Glassdoor.com. Read more
Receiving an evaluation has a significant influence on an employee’s engagement level and views of their immediate manager and organizations, according to a study conducted by the Kenexa Research Institute. Read more