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State Monitoring for Fraudulent Unemployment Insurance Claims
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 22.3% in April
State Pays Out $140,300,082 in Unemployment Insurance Benefits
State Pays Out $87,521,534 in Unemployment Insurance Benefits
State Pays Out $68,097,470 in Unemployment Insurance Benefits
How to File for Unemployment Insurance Benefits
REDUCING UNEMPLOYMENT DISRUPTION & DRIVING ECONOMIC REGENERATION (RUDDER)
COVID-19 Unemployment Law Changes
State Sets up Call Center to Provide Assistance to Unemployment Claimants
State Announces Scheduling of Appointments for Unemployment Claims
State Strongly Suggests Filing for Unemployment Benefits Online
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.7% in January
State Releases Classification Information for Worker Exposure to COVID-19
Classifying Worker Exposure to COVID-19
Hawai‘i’s Unemployment Rate at 2.6% in December
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.6% in November
State Civil Rights Commission Settles Discrimination Case with HPD
New Boiler & Pressure Vessel Rules and Fees
Hawai‘i’s Unemployment Rate Remains at 2.7% in October
Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Offers Public Training
Hawai‘i’s Unemployment Rate at 2.7% in September
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.7% in August
State Launches New Unemployment Applications
Hawaiʻi’s Unemployment Rate at 2.8% in July
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.8% in June
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.8% in May
State and U.S. DOL Sign Agreement to Enhance Enforcement of Wage Laws
Governor’s Awards Ceremony 2019
Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate at 2.8 Percent in April
Summer job outlook: Competitive
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