Welcome to the Job page for Hawaii.
We source these jobs from other sites on the internet to keep them current. It is okay if you want to sign up for a career site once you are directed there in order to apply for a particular job but I will also very much advocate that if you see something that you like, remember the name of the company posting the job and apply directly through their talent portal to stay on that company’s radar for future opportunities. In addition, be sure to check out our previous post titled “Finding Jobs within the Tech Industry” where we listed other career sites that may be of interest.
In the U.S. we have what is called the Warn Act (Worker Adjustment Retraining Notification Act). It is a federal law that requires certain employers with 100 employees or more to provide 60 days advance notice to their employees before implementing mass layoffs or a plant closure.
If you happen to be looking for a job because you have suspicions of an impending layoff looming with your current employer we’ve provided a link to the Warn list in your state to help you stay informed. You could potentially know about a potential layoff before your manager or supervisor.
Warn Act list: https://labor.hawaii.gov/wdc/real-time-warn-updates/
Best of Luck and Happy Job Hunting!
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