Jan 19, 2021

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REHAB CEO to step down in the fall

By Star-Advertiser staff
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  • “I am grateful to the staff, physicians, nurses, and board members who have helped build an organization so committed to the care of Hawaii’s community and I am confident that REHAB will continue to be a leader in rehabilitative care long into the future.”
  • The REHAB board of directors said Monday it has started a nationwide search to find a new CEO while Roe remains on board to assist with the transition.
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Column: Top technology trends to focus on this year

By None
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  • To help you face the business challenges ahead, focus your energy on these five top technology trends: data security, talent shortages, business process automation, cloud migration and the changing uncertainty of the business environment.
  • As a result, now is a good time to consider how a managed service provider can help your business track technology trends without the cost of constantly having to hire and train IT staff.
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Opening day of Hawaii legislative session to be void of typical festivities

By Dan Nakaso
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  • Wednesday’s opening of the new legislative session will be like no other — with the state Capitol ringed with security because of potential threats of violence, indefinitely off-limits to the public due to COVID-19 and the ongoing challenge of trying to plot the state’s economic future with few details to reply upon, an issue that’s expected to dominate hearings over the next few months.
  • Given peaceful demonstrations over the past few days, Senate President Ron Kouchi expects no violence Wednesday, which coincides with unprecedented security around the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., for the inauguration of incoming President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris — a ceremony that already is surrounded by 25,000 National Guard soldiers, including 200 from Hawaii.
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Kokua Line: Going Green community recycling to resume with event set for Saturday in Kaneohe

By Christine Donnelly
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  • There are many items that Going Green does not accept, and bringing them creates unnecessary work for the volunteers who unload donors’ cars, and can bog down the drop-off line.
  • Mansho seeks service organizations and other groups who are willing to host a future Going Green event, unloading the cars at the one-stop drop-off and helping sort donations.
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