WAGE AND HOUR LAW
387-2 Minimum wages
387-3 Maximum hours
387-4 Wage discrimination prohibited
387-4.5 Provisions of law may not be waived by agreement
387-5 Duty of director; employees, salaries
387-6 Employer's records; posting of notices; furnishing of
pay data; director's rights and duties
387-7 Wilful violations; penalty
387-8 Disclosure of information
387-9 Special minimum wages for learners; apprentices;
full-time students; paroled wards of Hawaii youth
correctional facility; handicapped workers
387-10 Oaths; affidavits; subpoenas; witnesses; immunities
387-11 Rules and regulations
387-12 Penalties; collection of unpaid wages; injunctions;
387-13 Right of collective bargaining protected
387-14 State-federal cooperation
387-15 Relation to child labor law
Law Journals and Reviews
Employee Rights Under Judicial Scrutiny: Prevalent Policy Discourse and the Hawai‘i Supreme Court. 14 UH L. Rev. 189 (1992).
Chapters 387 and 388 serve to prevent employer from withholding sums or benefits to which employee has rights by virtue of contract with employer, not a predecessor. 661 F.2d 776 (1981).
Regardless of whether this chapter can form the basis of a Parnar action, Hawaii law indicated that appellants (ramp supervisor and ramp agent who contended that they were terminated by airline in connection with ramp supervisor's wage and hour complaint, in violation of public policy) had not produced sufficient evidence to survive summary judgment on such a claim, even if it did exist. 281 F.3d 1054 (2002).