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ProService Hawaii is the state's largest and most respected HR administration firm. We manage the time-consuming HR functions including, payroll, health benefits, and workers' compensation, exclusively for employers in Hawaii. With clients in virtually every industry, we are uniquely positioned to help local business owners navigate the complexities of their HR-related responsibilities.

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JOHN SOULES FOODS, INC. UNIFIES CORE HR AND PAYROLL WITH INFOR

Infor | June 28, 2021

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Infor, a US-based multi-national enterprise software company announced a successful go-live and consolidation of its payroll and human resources systems with John Soules Food, Inc. Working with Infor implementation partner Bails, John Soules Foods. Inc has implemented key cloud-based Infor Global Human Resource applications. The application has successfully paid more than 1,200 employees with facilities in multiple states with their first pay check of 2021. Infor's new multi-tenant pa...

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IBM CELEBRATES GLOBAL WOMEN LEADERS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

IBM | May 13, 2020

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A group of women leaders are proving, through a variety of artificial intelligence (AI) applications, that "human and machine collaboration can truly help improve how people work," according to IBM. The company announced its 2020 IBM Women Leaders...

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REPORT: HOUSE TO VOTE AGAIN ON CORONAVIRUS PAID LEAVE BILL DUE TO 'TECHNICAL CHANGES'

HR Dive | March 16, 2020

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The U.S. House of Representatives will need to vote once more on its emergency coronavirus bill due to unspecified, "agreed-upon 'technical' changes" to that bill, Roll Call reported. The development may allow small businesses to lobby for additional changes to the bill before the U.S. Senate votes on it, per the report. Some small businesses are reportedly "unhappy" with provisions in the bill that offer up to 12 weeks of paid leave for workers, Roll Call said. A spo...

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WORKWELL ENHANCES WORKPLACE SAFETY HIRING SERVICES TO MEET TODAY'S CHANGING WORK ENVIRONMENT

WorkWell Prevention and Care | October 07, 2021

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WorkWell, the experts in preventing and treating sprains, strains, and back pain, announced significant enhancements to its Workplace Safety Hiring Services that support the hiring demands of our changing workforce. New capabilities and usability features boost an organization's ability to make an informed hiring decision to ensure your employment candidates can safely do the job. Enhancements include more flexibility in creating and accessing functional job descriptions and post-offer emplo...

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HR ANALYTICS

JOHN SOULES FOODS, INC. UNIFIES CORE HR AND PAYROLL WITH INFOR

Infor | June 28, 2021

Infor, a US-based multi-national enterprise software company announced a successful go-live and consolidation of its payroll and human resources systems with John Soules Food, Inc. Working with Infor implementation partner Bails, John Soules Foods. Inc has implemented key cloud-based Infor Global Human Resource applications. The application has successfully paid more than 1,200 employees with facilities in multiple states with their first pay check of 2021. Infor's new multi-tenant pa...

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IBM CELEBRATES GLOBAL WOMEN LEADERS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

IBM | May 13, 2020

A group of women leaders are proving, through a variety of artificial intelligence (AI) applications, that "human and machine collaboration can truly help improve how people work," according to IBM. The company announced its 2020 IBM Women Leaders...

Read More
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REPORT: HOUSE TO VOTE AGAIN ON CORONAVIRUS PAID LEAVE BILL DUE TO 'TECHNICAL CHANGES'

HR Dive | March 16, 2020

The U.S. House of Representatives will need to vote once more on its emergency coronavirus bill due to unspecified, "agreed-upon 'technical' changes" to that bill, Roll Call reported. The development may allow small businesses to lobby for additional changes to the bill before the U.S. Senate votes on it, per the report. Some small businesses are reportedly "unhappy" with provisions in the bill that offer up to 12 weeks of paid leave for workers, Roll Call said. A spo...

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HR PRACTICE

WORKWELL ENHANCES WORKPLACE SAFETY HIRING SERVICES TO MEET TODAY'S CHANGING WORK ENVIRONMENT

WorkWell Prevention and Care | October 07, 2021

WorkWell, the experts in preventing and treating sprains, strains, and back pain, announced significant enhancements to its Workplace Safety Hiring Services that support the hiring demands of our changing workforce. New capabilities and usability features boost an organization's ability to make an informed hiring decision to ensure your employment candidates can safely do the job. Enhancements include more flexibility in creating and accessing functional job descriptions and post-offer emplo...

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