There are many people who have lost their jobs since the start of the Great Recession. Many more are still employed but face wage reductions, hourly reductions and income reduction.
Take This Job and Shove It
Hawaii law says that when someone quits, also known as voluntary termination, the employer must pay that person’s remaining wages no later than the next planned pay date. If the person gives notice of quitting one full pay period in advance, then the last pay check is due at the next pay date.
When you choose to quit a job, you are not entitled to unemployment insurance. If you quit your job, this could cause serious problems in bankruptcy court since the separation was voluntary. If you want to leave your job, find another before you quit