The State Workforce Authority (SWA) agency will ask for the following information for your business.
And they will want to receive it from your business email address.
We will request most of this information from you through your Attorney after you complete the SWA Questionnaire Form they sent you.
Here’s is what we have observed over the last 18 years from SWA agency staff in response to Account Registrations:
1. SWA Agency staff send the following request:
PLEASE ANSWER AND FOLLOW ALL THE REQUIREMENTS BELOW!
Please email a document copy of your “Articles of Incorporation in the State of Hawaii” that was sent to you when the company registered with the State of Hawaii.
Please confirm the following by answering the questions below, then reply by email your answers.
- Your name:
- Your position title:
- Telephone number:
- E-mail address:
- Company Physical Address:
- Company email:
- Company Website:
- Number of Employees (Company Size):
- Are you a Recruiting Employer?
- A second contact (Title, Phone Number and Company email):
2. We / you receive an email from SWA representative saying they tried calling but couldn’t get in contact so please contact him / her back.
3. We / you receive No email response whatsoever from the SWA Agency staff.
If after 48 hours have passed since HireNet Hawaii account registration, we take the following action:
We utilize existing SWA Agency staff contact information in our database, and send the Attorney and Petitioner a pre-written Help SWA Agency Request email / phone script that can be sent to the SWA Agency staff.
An example of such an email is below:
A. Example Attorney Email to SWA Agency on behalf of Petitioner, requesting Account Verification status and assistance:
Greetings HireNet Hawaii Online Help Desk Staff,
My name is Attorney Name, Esquire.
Our law firm is representing Petitioner Point of Contact Name (Owner) and their company, Example Business LLC, on a PERM Labor Certification matter.
One of the requirements of PERM Labor Certification per CFR 656.17 is to Post a 30 Day SWA Job Order on your HireNet Hawaii Online site.
On the date of July 15, 2022, our client Registered their company on the HireNet Hawaii Online site, using the following User ID and business credentials:
- Company Name: Example Business LLC
- Company FEIN: 12-3456789
- Company State UI#: 123456
- Address: Example Street, 2nd Floor, Example City, State, Zip Code
- Contact Person: Example Person (Owner)
- Phone: 213-456-7890
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
According to our information, two business days since Registration on HireNet Hawaii Online was completed, but our client has not heard back from your Agency either by Phone or Email.
We politely wish to expedite resolution of any potential HireNet Hawaii Online Account Verification you may have, if any.
May we request your assistance or referral to the proper staff to mitigate this issue, so that our clients HireNet Hawaii Online account can be approved and enabled, such that they may post the above-referenced mandatory 30 Day Job Order?
I can be contacted per my signature information below, or contact you directly if needed, to provide any information you might need to verify our client’s company and our request.
Thank you for any guidance and or assistance provided.
Attorney Name, Esquire
Law Firm Name
Example Street, 2nd Floor, Example City, State, Zip Code
B. Example Petitioner Email to SWA Agency on behalf of their business, requesting Account Verification status and assistance:
This example is same as above, except the SENDER if changed and the wording is changed accordingly.
This concludes our brief on what HireNet Hawaii will generally ask for, and how you or your Attorney can respond, either with our additional guidance, or as needed by your own doing.