Dawn Mitchell joins Hawai‘i Employers Council

HONOLULU — Dawn Mitchell has joined the Hawai‘i Employers Council as manager, Surveys & Compensation Services.

Mitchell has over 16 years of experience in human resources, compensation, employee relations and labor relations. Prior to joining the council, she was the HR business partner for the Hertz Corporation in Kahului. Other previous work experiences include Compensation and Classification supervisor for the City of Seattle and senior HR business partner for Tyler Technologies.

As the manager of Surveys & Compensation Services, Mitchell will be providing HEC’s members valuable research services and comprehensive survey reports covering compensation, benefits and human resources trends. She will also provide compensation-consulting services, assisting members with review, enhancement and/or development of compensation strategy, structure and programs.

She holds a masters degree in business administration from Seattle University and a bachelor’s degree in science and business administration from Oregon State University. She is a Certified Compensation Professional and a member of World at Work. She holds a Professional in Human Resources designation from the HR Certification Institute, and is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management.

The HEC is a nonprofit employer association dedicated to helping employers build skilled, engaged and effective workforces.

Founded in 1943, HEC has been serving Hawai‘i’s business community for more than 77 years.

HEC serves over 800 employers statewide with strategic human-resources consultancy on employment law; employee and labor relations; collective bargaining negotiations; pay data and compensation; organizational effectiveness; and training.


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