Want to be a Small-Business Leader?
NFIB News Release
If you’ve ever thought about becoming a small-business leader, now is the time to act. NFIB is recruiting members to serve on its Hawaii state Leadership Council.
The purpose of NFIB’s state Leadership Council is to give advice on future actions within the framework of the NFIB mission statement on behalf of the membership statewide. The Leadership Council works directly with NFIB staff. Members can help NFIB staff in several areas, including:
- Be available to testify on small-business issues during the legislative session
- Write, sign, and submit letters to the editor and guest editorials
- Provide real-life examples of the effects a policy will have on their business
- Provide timely input/feedback to the state director on issues that arise in the Legislature
- Assist with the political process
- Help grow the NFIB clout
NFIB Staff will provide talking points, briefing information, and draft guest editorials and letters as needed. All requests will be directed by the appropriate NFIB staff member.
Leadership Council terms begin with two years’ service. If you are ready to be more involved with NFIB, contact Member Support Manager Stacy Jenkins for more details by email here or by phoning her at 866-307-2846.
Join Us for Walk Around the Capitol, Jan. 17
NFIB News Release
NFIB members are invited to join in a walk around the State Capitol on Thursday, Jan. 17, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
This will is an opportunity to meet representatives of other business organizations, as well as state representatives and senators. NFIB/Hawaii will share it top issues of concern, including:
- new employer paid sick leave proposals
- workers' compensation changes that could increase costs
- and potential state excise tax increases.
If you are interested in participating, the walk-around begins on the ground floor of the State Capitol at 9 a.m. near the Queen Liliuokalani statue. An RSVP is requested and can be made with NFIB/Hawaii State Director Melissa Pavlicek at 808-447-1840, or sending her an email here.