HAWAII (HawaiiNewsNow) - HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union announced Friday that it's increasing its starting pay for entry-level employees to $15 an hour.
According to glassdoor, a site that records general pay and practices at companies, entry level jobs at the credit union before the change were in the $11 range.
"HawaiiUSA has always offered market competitive wages to our staff," said Paul Chen, Talent Acquisition Manager. "With the increase to $15 per hour, we'll be providing even more meaningful pay, as well as the tools, training, and benefits necessary to set HawaiiUSA apart from the crowd."
Potential applicants can can visit any of HawaiiUSA's 14 branches or their website to inquire about potential job opportunities.
"We realized early on that our staff are our greatest assets, as well as ambassadors of our core values: service, integrity, unity, and achievement," Chen said in a news release.