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(Rev. 1/13)STATE OF HAWAIIDEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND

(2 days ago) _____2"Incapacity," for purposes of Hawaii Family Leave Law, is defined to mean inability to work, attend school or perform otherregular daily activities due to the serious health condition, treatment, or recovery.3Treatment includes examinations to determine if a serious health condition exists and evaluations of the condition.Treatment does

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Wage Standards Division Wage and Hour FAQs

(8 days ago) It also depends on whether the state law has a higher minimum wage or higher overtime standard than the federal law. Consult with the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, to determine if you are covered by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. You …

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Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Hawaii

(1 days ago) Chapter 387 (Wage and Hour Law) Section Index. Chapter 388 (Payment of Wages and Other Compensation) Section Index. Chapter 390 (Child Labor Law) Section Index. Chapter 392 (Temporary Disability Insurance) Section Index. Chapter 393 (Prepaid Healthcare)

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Department of Labor and Industrial Relations State

(6 days ago) The law prescribes how and when an employer must pay their employees and what kind of documentation that employer needs to provide the employee. Common violations include the failure to pay within seven days after the end of the pay period, neglecting to provide a pay statement each payday, shorting hours on a pay check, including overtime, or

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Wage Standards Division Unpaid Wages

(2 days ago) Section 388-7 (1), Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), of the Payment of Wages and Other Compensation Law, requires every employer to notify the employer’s employees in writing, at the time of hiring of the rate of pay (if paid by commissions, the commission agreement), and of the day, hour, and place of payment. As opined by California’s

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Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board Find a Law

(1 days ago) Statutes Chapter 386 Workers’ Compensation Law Chapter 397 Boiler Elevator and Safety Law Chapter 371 Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board Administrative Rules LIRAB Rules of Practice and Procedure Medical Fee Schedule Vocational Rehabilitation Rev. 2-28-2011 Boiler and Pressure Vessel (Title 12, Subtitle 8, Part 10) Elevators & Related Systems (Title 12, Subtitle 8, […]

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Wage Standards Division Hawaii Family Leave

(9 days ago) Frequently Asked Questions on the Hawaii Family Leave Law (HFLL) Chapter 398, Hawaii Revised Statutes Guide to Acronyms DLIR – Department of Labor and Industrial Relations FMLA – Family and Medical Leave Act (Federal law) HFLL – Hawaii Family Leave Law (State law) TDI – Temporary Disability Insurance SECTIONS: 1. Coverage 2. Benefits/Entitlement 3.

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 6

(Just Now) (c) An age requirement specified by law, rule, or regulation, shall be considered a BFOQ where the requirement is related to the work which the employee must perform. [Eff 12/31/90] (Auth: HRS §§368-3, 378-8) (Imp: HRS §§368-3, 378-3) § 12-46-133 Pre-employment practices. (a) Where an employer or other covered entity, as a part of its

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Wage Standards Division Guidelines

(9 days ago) Overtime (“White Collar” Exemptions – Hawaii Law and the New Federal Regulations Regarding Overtime) Pay Statement & Recordkeeping requirements – Act 70, effective January 1, 2014 Tip Credit under Hawaii Wage and Hour Law. WSD Administrative Hearings Guide to WSD Administrative Hearings. Filing a complaint with Wage Standards Division

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Employees on Public Works Law

(9 days ago) Chapter 104, HRS, is the wage and hour law on State and county public works constructionprojects. Major requirements of the law include the payment of prevailing wages and overtime to laborers and mechanics working on the project; submission of weekly certified payrolls; record

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HAWAII ADMINISTRATIVE RULES TITLE 12 DEPARTMENT OF …

(1 days ago) of hire irrespective of whether the common-law relationship of master and servant exists unless and until it is shown to the satisfaction of the director that: (l) The individual has been and will continue to be free from control or direction over the performance of the service, both under the individual's contract of …

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STATE OF HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL

(2 days ago) HAWAII TEMPORARY DISABILITY INSURANCE LAW Page 2 of 3 The 58% portion for 16 weeks produces a value of 88. However, since the first 8 weeks are paid at 75%, the additive value for the higher percentage should be computed as follows: Value of 58% for 16 weeks 88 Add the difference between 75% for 8 weeks & 88 58% for 8 weeks 67

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 8

(1 days ago) Subchapter 8 (Marital Status Discrimination) §12-46-171 General policies §12-46-175 Harassment §12-46-172 Bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ) §12-46-176 Employee selection §12-46-173 Citizenship requirements §12-46-177 Pre-employment inquiries §12-46-174 Language ANCESTRY DISCRIMINATION §12-46-171 General policies. (a) Chapter 378, HRS, prohibits any employer or …

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 4

(Just Now) Subchapter 4 (Sexual Discrimination) §12-46-101 General provisions §12-46-107 Hiring, retention, and accommodation of pregnant females §12-46-102 Bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ) §12-46-108 Leave due to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions §12-46-103 Pre-employment practices §12-46-109 Sexual harassment §12-46-104 Employee selection §12-46-110 Employment

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 9

(1 days ago) Subchapter 9 (Disability Discrimination) §12-46-181 General provisions §12-46-188 Qualification standards, tests, and other selection criteria §12-46-182 Definitions §12-46-189 Retaliation, coercion, interference, or intimidation §12-46-183 Discrimination prohibited §12-46-190 Prohibited medical examinations and inquiries §12-46-184 Limiting, segregating, and classifying §12-46-191

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 1

(1 days ago) (b) Except as otherwise provided by law, the burden of proof, including the burden of producing the evidence and the burden of persuasion, shall be upon the party initiating the proceeding. Proof of a matter shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. [Eff 12/31/90] (Auth: HRS §§91-2, …

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“WHITE COLLAR” EXEMPTIONS Hawaii law and the new …

(4 days ago) Because Hawaii law and rules have not changed, there is no change in the way Hawaii law is interpreted or applied. The following is intended to provide you with general information about the Federal law compared to the State law as it relates to overtime and is meant to serve as a guide only.

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STATE OF HAWAII HAWAII LABOR RELATIONS BOARD ) OF …

(8 days ago) following findings of fact, conclusions of law, and order. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. YAMADA was employed as an Engineer I by FSRH from August 26, 1996 and was, for all times relevant, an employee within the meaning of HRS § 396-3. 2. FSRH is a hotel in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and an employer within the meaning of HRS ' 396-3. 3.

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HAWAI I CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

(8 days ago) This law is an opportunity to review your workplace violence prevention policy and ensure you have a policy that protects all employees, including those experiencing domestic or sexual violence. Q. What remedies are available to an employee who is a victim of domestic or sexual violence if an employer

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON THE HAWAII FAMILY …

(5 days ago) The new law specifies that the use of accrued and available sick leave is “for family leave purposes,” which includes the birth or adoption of a child. 16. Q: If an employee does not re quest paid sick leave for family leave, does an employer have to notify

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COVID-19: Labor Benefits Fact Sheet

(6 days ago) law. • Please be sure to provide your business’ name, a point of contact, telephone number, and/or email address. DLIR employees will respond to inquiries in the order they were received. • Please also visit labor.hawaii.gov for more information. For answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19,

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Office of Language Access What is the law

(4 days ago) Hawaii’s Language Access Law According to the 2000 U.S. Census, almost 290,000 of Hawai’i’s 1.2 million people, or 24% of Hawaii’s population, speak a language other than English at home; this includes over 250,000 persons who speak an Asian or Pacific Island language. For many, English is not their primary language, and they have only […]

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FEDERAL/STATE OVERTIME COVERAGE

(6 days ago) Hour Law because their annual dollar volume is $500,000 or more, and/or they are involved interstate commerce. The same kinds of factors considered under the FLSA are considered under the state wage and hour law. As with any position, it is the job duties, not the job title, that will be determinative.

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Wage Standards Division Find a Law

(9 days ago) HAWAII REVISED STATUTES (HRS) Chapter 104, Wages and Hours of Employees on Public Works Section Index Chapter 378, Employment Practices Part II, Lie Detector Tests Part III, Unlawful Suspension or Discharge Section Index Chapter 387, Wage and Hour Section Index Chapter 388, Payment of Wages and Other Compensation Section Index Chapter 390, Child Labor Section […]

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Disability Compensation Division About Prepaid Health Care

(9 days ago) Originally enacted in 1974, the Hawaii PHC Act was the first in the nation to set minimum standards of health care benefits for workers. Employers, excluding Federal, State and City government and other categories specifically excluded by the law (sections 393-3, 393-5 and 393-6) are required to provide Hawaii employees, who suffer a disability due to […]

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Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and

(4 days ago) The Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Law of 1972, Chapter 396, Hawaii Revised Statutes, assures safe and healthful working conditions for every worker in the State. The Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH) of the state Department of Labor & Industrial Relations, has the primary responsibility for administering the HIOSH Law.

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ADMINISTRATIVE RULES (CHAPTER 5, TITLE 12) Subchapter 1

(9 days ago) and Enforcement of the Hawaii Employment Security Law. [Eff. 7/15/51; am 10/4/51; am 7/5/53; am 10/1/55; am 12/16/76; R 6/26/81] '12-5-1 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, unless the context clearly requires otherwise: "Attached to a regular employer" means: (1) The employee is being offered work each week; or

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STATE OF HAWAII HAWAII LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AND

(2 days ago) CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 1. To establish a violation of a standard, the Director must prove: “(1) the standard applies, (2) there was a failure to comply with the cited standard, (3) an employee had access to the violative condition, and (4) the employer knew or should have known of the condition with the exercise of due diligence.”

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HAWAII LABOR RELATIONS BOARD ) OF LAW, AND ORDER

(1 days ago) memoranda of law as to whether the Board may/should modify the Director’s award of back pay pursuant to HRS § 396-8. The Board held a status conference on November 26, 2003 on the issue of back pay, and informed the parties that the evidentiary hearing would limit examination as to appropriateness of the back pay award when issued on

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HAWAII WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INFORMATION SHEET

(9 days ago) State or other law. Additionally, where a State or other law requires a disclosure of protected health information for workers’ compensation purposes, such disclosure is permitted under Section 164.512(a). A covered entity also is permitted to disclose protected health information to a …

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Address all inquiries to: WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW

(Just Now) workers' compensation law. This brochure has been prepared to help explain your benefits and responsibilities under the workers' compensation law. PURPOSE The purpose of the workers' compensation law is to provide an employee who suffers an industrial injury or illness with medical care, wage loss replacement, and permanent disability benefits

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HAT IS REGNANCY ISCRIMINATION

(6 days ago) ing it determines there is a violation of law, the commission will issue final orders to correct any discriminatory practices and to prevent their recurrence. The HCRC can order remedies such as: • reinstatement to an employee’s job or a comparable position. • back …

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Labor Law Poster

(9 days ago) Violations of the HIOSH Law may result in penalties of up to $77,000 per item. Serious violations carry a mandatory penalty of up to $7,700; willful or repeated violations up to $77,000; and failure to correct a violation within the prescribed time can result in …

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Hawaii Administrative Rules 2

(1 days ago) Subchapter 2 (Declaratory Relief) §12-46-61 Contents of petition for declaratory relief §12-46-69 Argument §12-46-62 Memorandum of authorities in support of petition §12-46-70 Material issue of fact, public interest §12-46-63 Disposition of petition §12-46-71 Proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law §12-46-64 Parties §12-46-72 Commission’s decision §12-46-65 Memorandum in

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Creating a Language Access Plan

(7 days ago) law either through oral interpretation or written translation of a document. ∗ The four factors and facts to consider are described in greater detail below. • The number or proportion of LEP persons served or encountered in the eligible service population.

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STATE OF HAWAII HAWAII LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AND

(6 days ago) to be heard, the Board issues the following findings of fact, conclusions of law, and order. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. On January 28, 2002, Noelani Nakasone (Nakasone), a HIOSH Safety Compliance Officer inspected the work site of Respondent RAINBOW at its administrative offices at 1441 Kapiolani Blvd. #813, Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Attorneys Listing current 2013

(9 days ago) Wayson Chow, A Law Corporation 1188 Bishop Street, Ste 801 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Telephone: (808) 599-8844 Facsimile: not provided E-mail: not provided Website: not provided GLENN CHOY, ESQ. Glenn Choy, Attorney at Law 735 Bishop Street, Suite 322 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Telephone: (808) 533-7007 Facsimile: (808) 533-4007 E-mail: choyhawaii

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Hawaii Civil Rights Commission

(3 days ago) Civil Rights Law Enforcement: State & Federal Law Federal fair employment and fair housing laws are enforced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), respectively. Pursuant to workshare cooperative agreements, both EEOC and HUD rely on the HCRC to investigate

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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS THE LAW

(9 days ago) EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS THE LAW It is against the law for this recipient of Federal assistance to discriminate on the following bases: Against any individual in the United States, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions, sex stereotyping, transgender status, and gender identity),

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Employment Security Appeals Frequently Asked Questions

(7 days ago) Know and understand the law and regulation that was applied. The determination or notice will identify the applied law, which looks something like “Section 383-xx(x)” and “Regulation 12-5-xx(x)”.

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PROPOSED FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND

(7 days ago) CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND DECISION AND ORDER and IES RESIDENTIAL, INC., Respondent. PROPOSED FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND DECISION AND ORDER Following a de novo proceeding before the Hawaii Labor Relations Board (Board), and for the reasons discussed below, the Board finds in favor of Complainant DIRECTOR,

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USBC Guide to the Rights of Breastfeeding Employees in Hawaii

(7 days ago) o Statutory language: full text of the "Break Time for Nursing Mothers" law. o Fact Sheet #73: includes information on general requirements, time and location of breaks, and coverage and compensation requirements under the "Break Time for Nursing Mothers" law. o FAQs: answers many questions about the law. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act:

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Disability Compensation Division Frequently asked

(Just Now) The designated principal employer is required to provide coverage pursuant to the law (393-6, 393-16). Your determination of principal employer is binding for one year or until change of employment occurs. Whenever you elect to make a change with respect to the status of …

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Occupational Safety and Health About Us

(Just Now) The Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Law and Regulations are intended to assure safe and healthful working conditions for the women and men of the State. Employers are responsible to furnish employees with workplaces that are safe and free from recognized hazards. Hawaii is one of 26 jurisdictions approved by the Federal Occupational

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