Hawaii criminal background check law is among the most protective in the nation. It’s also a potential minefield for employers. This article provides an overview of key points to consider about criminal background checks for employment in Hawaii.
Did you know that bad hiring decisions account for more than 80 percent of employee turnover? Even if you’ve done your due diligence in verifying references, conducting interviews, and performing background checks, there will likely come a time when a bad hire slips through the cracks.
Would you consider hiring someone who was fired from a past position? Given the current state of employment in Hawaii, more employers are opting to give employees second chances in order to fill gaps in their workforce. But how do you decide who gets hired and who doesn’t?
If your experience has taught you anything, it’s that relying on luck and good fortune is not a prudent way to run a business. Still, many business owners have a tendency to think that a disastrous event, like a hurricane, will never happen to them.
Staffing a small business in Hawaii often follows a predictable pattern: look to family, tap your circle of friends, and finally, delve into the realm of hiring strangers. These are five challenges new businesses need to meet as they begin staffing up.
Whether your employee has been there for ten days or ten years, you need to take immediate action when their work performance begins to suffer. Sometimes it’s worth working through it and other times its best to let them go.