HireNetHawaii provides a wide variety of core employment services to individuals via the internet, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, from any location with internet access. Job seekers are able to create and post their resumes online, find available jobs in Hawaii, assess their skills, get career information, review the latest labor market data, locate suitable training, and much more. With a search engine that “spiders” company and government websites, newspaper postings, and corporate job boards for employment opportunities in Hawaii, job seekers have access to the largest job bank in the State at no cost.
Jobseekers: You will be required to register to access job information and to apply for jobs.
Employers: You will be required to register to post job openings and to view applicants' profiles and resumes.
Hawaii Workforce Infonet (HIWI)
HIWI is Hawaii's labor market information system maintained by the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations' Research and Statistics Office. It is specifically designed for employers, job seekers, researchers and analysts, and others seeking economic and workforce information. HIWI provides easy access to a complete set of data tools in one web site.
Examples of HIWI features that help employers, job seekers, and researchers and analysts include:
- Workforce and economic data
- Education and training
- Affirmative Action (EEO)
- Occupational wages
- Post job openings
- Find workers
- Find employers near you
- Education and training
- Career assistance
- Find a job
For Researchers & Analysts
- Occupational data
- Industry data
- Area data
- Local Employment Dynamics
- Workforce data and reports
Labor and Occupational Information Hawaii (LOIHI)
LOIHI is the Research and Statistics Office's page on the Department of Labor & Industrial Relations web site. It provides information and links that can help with research, business planning, job search and career decisions. In addition to the information provided in HIWI, the Hawaii CRCS, and Career Kokua, LOIHI provides information on
- Minimum Wage (Hawaii and Federal)
- Wage Rate Schedule (Chapter 104, HRS)
- Unemployment Claims Data
- Unemployment Insurance Statistics
- Work Injuries and Illnesses
- Fatal Occupational Injuries
- Number and Incidence Rates
- Workers' Compensation Data
- Act 68 Worker Shortages in the Construction Industry
Kumu A'o, The Hawaii Consumer Report Card System (CRCS)
Education is a product like any other. In exchange for students' money and effort, training institutions should provide programs that increase students' skills and knowledge. Theoretically, these new skills and knowledge will improve chances of finding work and succeeding at lifelong learning.
In the past, Hawaii consumers had little concrete data to rely upon when making educational decisions. That is why the Kumu A'o System was developed. Kumu A'o, the Hawaii Consumer Report Card System, provides information to help consumers make informed decisions about training providers and training programs.
Kumu A'o, the CRCS, is the State of Hawaii's WIA Eligible Training Provider List.The data in Kumu A'o can be extremely valuable if used wisely. Users, along with their counselors, should review the information to determine which program and training provider might benefit them the most.
Career Kokua The Hawaii Career Information Delivery System
Career Kokua, the Hawaii Career Information Delivery System, is a computerized system of career and related educational information. Its mission is to provide localized current information for career decision making and career planning and quality localized career information to Hawaii's schools and career development agencies.
Career Kokua can help individuals learn about . . .
- 499 local Occupations covering 90% of the employment available in the state
- Self-employment opportunties
- Hawaii's 30 Industries and the services and products they provide
- over 800 Programs of Study and Training in Hawaii and the types of degrees and certificate programs available
- 100 local licensed and accredited schools and training agencies
- Job seeking and Job keeping strategies
- 200 Community Resources willing to provide first-hand career information activities and learning opportunities.
Career Kokua provides an excellent start in the career exploration and planning process. It can give one a better sense of self, career goals, and the decisions affecting the achievement of these goals. Career Kokua includes career assessments which are used to link one's self-reported preferences to occupations.
Anyone interested in using Career Kokua should see their counselor of teacher. Or, go to the nearest Workforce Development Office or One-Stop Career Center.