Workforce Resources

Digital literacy is critical in today’s work environment.  Many jobs require a working knowledge of computers and the Internet.  Also, job recruiters often use employment websites to find potential employees, and around 80% of job applications are now completed online.

Workforce Development Division – Department of Labor & Industrial Relations

This division of the Hawaii Department of Labor & Industrial Relation (DLIR) provides core services and programs for job seekers and employers listed below.

The DLIR, in partnership with other public and private employment and training providers, has formed Hawaii’s Workforce Network: One-Stop Centers in each county.  The One-Stop Centers provide job search assistance, job training information, employment counseling, and free resource rooms with printers, copiers and fax machines to facilitate job seekers in their search.

This one-stop online site provides free job referral and search assistance for both job seekers and employers. In addition, it offers online information and services for job seekers, including specific information on veteran and youth services.

Other Job Related Resources

Other free job-related resources may be found at the following sites:

GCF LearnFree (Goodwill Community Foundation)
Free online tutorials include workplace basics.

E-Learning @ Your Library     (Hawaii State Public Library System)
The Hawaii State Public Library provides access to free online learning courses on subjects such as using the web for a job search, researching the job market, and writing a resume.