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    According to the Star Advertiser, the U.S. Department of Labor threatened to take over the Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division because the number of mandated inspectors was not met. The Director of the Hawaii Labor Department replied that inspectors are difficult to hire because the pay rate is not comparable to those in the private sector. The starting salary for a State inspector is approximately $33,000. What is the Human Resource Management Issues Here?

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    According to the Star Advertiser, the U.S. Department of Labor threatened to take over the Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division because the number of mandated inspectors was not met. The Director of the Hawaii Labor Department replied that inspectors are difficult to hire because the pay rate is not comparable to those in the private sector. The starting salary for a State inspector is approximately $33,000. What is the Human Resource Management Issues Here?
    The first Human resource issue is that of salary. The low level of salary for a State inspector prevents the Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division from recruiting qualified ...

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