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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 3
The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which was signed into law March 18 and took effect April 1, changes the rules on paid and unpaid leave.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 3
Applications for small business loans under the new federal CARES Act are being accepted starting today and ProService Hawaii says local companies should act quickly.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 3
"We have a renewed appreciation for all the people who make our social fabric work such as our grocery store clerks, mail carriers, delivery drivers, bus drivers, teachers, first responders, medical personnel." -'s Bettina Mehnert
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 2
Here's how companies are driving the creation of workforce training programs in high schools and colleges to meet their needs for workers in the future:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 2
Answers to how the new federal relief bill will help Hawaii's employers and employees:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 1
A full count in the is key to Hawai‘i getting its rightful share of federal funding. Here’s how you and your company can help:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 1
Is considered an 'Act of God' that may void business contracts? Economic hardship alone is not enough in this case.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 1
"This is putting all of us to the test and has shown us the importance of being flexible and nimble to rapidly activate our business continuity plans," says 's CEO Mark Yamakawa.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Apr 1
"Although “death by meeting” is a real thing, we are working to keep our meetings to a minimum but want to make sure people see each other and engage during self-isolation," says Jared Grugett of . Here's his take on :
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 31
"It’s going to be tough, but we all have an opportunity to learn from this and look for areas where our company can reinvent certain aspects to be more productive," says Keri Shepherd of . Read how this company is coping w/ in Hawaii:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 31
“Most families can’t afford monthly tuitions right now due to unemployment, so we are offering our services to our current students and family out of our love for dance,” says Tiffany Dick owner of Aloha Dance Studio.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 31
"In times of crisis, I believe it’s important to stay focused on your core values – stay true to your mission and who you are as an organization. As the saying goes: In a crisis, the only asset you have is credibility." -Bob Harrison, Read more:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 30
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawai‘i created a webpage for small businesses listing information on federal loans, tax credits, debt relief and more under the CARE Act passed last week. Learn more:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 30
"Positive things have emerged from this challenging period. The HDS team has banded together and we’ve become a tighter, more resilient team. Collaboration is more important than ever." -Mark Yamakawa | Read more:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 30
It's Best Places to Work Week! We will be releasing the list-makers of each category daily in alphabetical order leading up to the online reveal of Hawai'i's top three small, medium and large companies on Friday, April 3! Register for the reveal:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 30
Click the link if you are the owner or a senior executive of a Hawai‘i business and would like to participate in this important survey:
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 30
"How long will we be in this crisis mode? The stress of this question impacts everyone: Our staff, the people we serve, our partners." -Karen Tan, | Read how the nonprofit is coping with :
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 27
Dana Daniels, co-owner of Deep Kine Kitchen Cleaning, says one of his clients passed on this advice: Keep your chest up, your head high and this will pass. Those who make it through will be better when they come out on the other side.
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 27
"Crises bring people together. I’ve seen that at FICOH where our associates and leadership have acted with a sense of purpose and urgency to minimize disruptions for our customers while also acting internally to prevent the spread of the virus."
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Hawaii Business Magazine Mar 27
"The decisions we all make now must be in the interest of public health, safety and community well-being for the long term." -Halona Norton-Westbrook, Read how the museum is coping with :
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