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Best Places to Work in Hawaii 2014

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Large Companies

(250 or More Hawaii Employees)

No. 1 HawaiiUSA FCU
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 322 (Hawaii)

This credit union not only offers free movie nights for employees and their families, it sponsored a “Harlem Shake” style video contest with prizes, provides free massages and hosts regular ‘road shows’ to keep all offices updated on the industry.


No. 2 Servco Pacific Inc.
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 962 (Hawaii) / 986 (U.S.)

This vehicle sales company offers awards for top-performing units, recognizes milestone anniversaries with gifts, encourages employees to send each other ‘e-kudo’ awards, provides an exercise wellness center and promotes fun employee activities throughout the year.


No. 3 Panda Express
U.S. Headquarters: Rosemead, Calif.

Employees: 488 (Hawaii) / 23,783 (U.S.)

The Chinese restaurant chain offers bonuses for the management teams based on store performance, sponsors smoking cessation programs, recognizes employees of the quarter, celebrates diversity and throws fabulous Christmas parties.


Other Large Companies (Listed Alphabetically)

Aloha Petroleum
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 520 (Hawaii)

Office personnel of this oil company enjoy a condensed work week, with every other Friday off. Other perks include a $20 gift certificate for fitness classes, free oatmeal breakfasts at the corporate office, a five-day bonus for outstanding employee, and annual profit-sharing of 2 to 3 percent of wages


American Savings Bank
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 1,282 (Hawaii)

Bank employees receive their birthday off as a paid holiday, take part in fun ping pong tournaments, enjoy Employee Appreciation Month where senior management serves up ice-cream at each branch, and participate in the non-executive bonus plan, where payouts are tied to performance.


Aqua Hospitality
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 712 (Hawaii)

Hotel employees enjoy Team Member Appreciation Week, the Housekeepers Week Picnic, hourly bonuses based on profitability and guest satisfaction, plus an additional bonus plan for managers. Employees also receive supplemental insurance for such things as accidents and illness.


Bank of Hawaii
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 2,142 (Hawaii) / 2,258 (U.S.)

This Hawaii bank offers extraordinary insurance programs that include Long-Term Care insurance, and expanded coverage for everything from  eyeglasses to identity theft protection, as well as up to $200 in reimbursement for completing a health assessment and making lifestyle changes. There’s also a free gym downtown for employees.


Central Pacific Bank
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 935 (Hawaii) / 936 (U.S.)

This local bank offers free prescription drug coverage when ordering generics and has an annual Health and Wellness Fitness Fair. The company supports employee charities including school clean-ups. Employees also receive on-the-spot Scratch-and-Win recognition cards.


City Mill Company, Ltd.
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 419 (Hawaii)

Each year, this hardware supply company sponsors two appreciation celebrations. A Safety Award program gives team members $100 each for keeping a safe workplace for a designated length of time, and discounted parking and bus passes are provided to a team member with the best attendance.


First Hawaiian Bank
U.S. Headquarters: Honolulu

Employees: 2,082 (Hawaii) / 2,210 (U.S.)

This local bank offers the “Yes” award for outstanding employees. The bank matches up to $200 monthly of the employees’ contribution towards care for employee family members. Two locations have on-site fitness centers, while branches create walking teams and weight-loss contests to inspire good health.

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Apr 14, 2014 09:09 am
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Jun 19, 2014 12:18 pm
 Posted by  BobTheAlligator

Bank of Hawaii...Really?
Should talk to people who work/worked there, not just the marketing team :)

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Aug 4, 2014 10:07 am
 Posted by  Hoku808

Hickam Communities Housing has many cover ups, to ensure another year of best places to work award. For the public records, they're lawsuits, discrimination charges, OSHA violations, State & Federal Labor investigations, wage denials, whistleblowers retalliation findings, past employee lawsuit settlements...unhappy service techs, fear in the worplace, large percentages of turn overs, unfair employment practices, bullying ultimatums...please check the underlining facts, not the frostings.

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