The Hawaii unemployment login page on Labor.Hawaii.gov is for online benefits and to file a claim on the website for an employee registration UI insurance filing.
In order to file a claim online or find information about labor laws, rules, occupational safety and job training funds, please read the instructions carefully.
You must begin at https://huiclaims.hawaii.gov/ as a claimant with a Hawaii unemployment login registered on the system before benefits can start.
Safeguard your personal account and do not share your login with others or connect to unsecured networks with the Department of Labor website.
Problems with a username not working are often fixed by using the forgot username tool at the bottom in the resources section or by calling the office of Unemployment Insurance at their phone number, 1-808-586-897.
The Honolulu Claims Office receives calls from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM in the Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone. This is UTC-10:00 for callers outside of the region.
Times to file are limited to certain hours of the day when your Hawaii unemployment login will work. All times are listed in the HATZ time zone.
Monday to Friday, 6:30 AM to 11:00 PM and Weekends / Holidays from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM. These website hours are for standard insurance benefit claims only and not for reactivations or appeals of past claims.
The State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations by means of the Unemployment Insurance Division for the island state issues financial help to workers who no longer have a job.
Claims start on Sunday of the week you are approved for, with no credit given to past weeks that you failed to file a claim online. If you experience loss of work and can no longer find a job you are encouraged to apply for UI benefits immediately.
Before applying have your SSN, eligibility registration documents, and 18 months of work history proof ready before you file. You will also need a bank account and routing number for direct deposit.
Benefit amounts are determined by diving the highest quarter wages in the base period you were employed by 21. Maximum benefits are set by law.
Minimum qualifications for receiving a Hawaii unemployment login include being paid for 26 times in a base period and paid for 2 or more quarters in the year.