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Mr. Matthew S. Delaney

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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (925) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: m***@***.com
California Human Resources Inc
201 Lafayette Circle Suite 200
Lafayette , California 94549
United States

Company Description: CaHR provides businesses with human resource administrative relief, staffing and recruiting - allowing our customers to focus on their core business. Our dynamic,...   more

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CaHR | Staff, 18 Aug 2015 [cached]
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Matthew Delaney
CaHR's Chief Executive Officer, Matthew S. Delaney, has been a catalyst for positive change in both community and business across California and Hawaii for much of the past two decades. CaHR's new office location in Lafayette is Matt's childhood hometown. Family, friends and long-time relationships abound throughout the bay area and beyond. Mr. Delaney has combined aptitude and experience gained locally and abroad to help revolutionize the state's human resource landscape. Breaking the mold of inflexibility set by his competitors, Matthew has shaped CaHR to be the only HR outsourcing firm in the state to offer PEO, ASO, Payroll, HR Advisory, Staffing, Recruiting and Accounting services.
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In the 11 years prior to founding The Hawaii Group, Matthew S. Delaney held executive positions for various California and Hawaii businesses. He has 15 years of experience with mainland PEO's and was involved with the sale of ProService Hawaii to a group of mainland investors. Prior to founding The Hawaii Group and CaHR, he was the Development Manager for the Royal Lahaina Development Group, LLC , planning the master plan for the new mixed-used Kaanapali resort consisting of a new 333-room hotel tower and 126 new luxury residential villas, along with new restaurants, spa, gym, general store, parking structure, lobby, water features, and entirely new infrastructure.
He was also the Vice President for Hawaiian Hotels & Resorts, which oversaw the management of the Royal Lahaina Resort and the Royal Kona Resort.
Prior to holding the positions of Chief Executive Officer and President of Marc Resorts Hawaii which operated 22 resort properties with over 1,000 employees, Mr. Delaney was responsible for acquisitions and development in California for Marc Resorts and internationally for its parent company Sunterra Corporation.
Before moving to Hawaii, he was part of Sunterra's acquisition and development team in which he was responsible for multiple resort and company acquisitions around the world, as well as forming a wholly-owned Japanese subsidiary (Sunterra Japan). In addition, he was part of the team that formed a real estate fund ("DaVinci") in Tokyo, Japan, which has invested over $2 billion U.S. Dollars in commercial office and mixed-use buildings.
Prior to joining Marc Resorts/Sunterra, Mr. Delaney was a Senior Consultant and CPA for E&Y Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group.
Executive Assistant to Matt Delaney
CaHR | Press, 5 June 2014 [cached]
Hawaii Group CEO and President Matt Delaney was interviewed and quoted in the Pacific Business News regarding the company's expansion of their office space in downtown Honolulu.
The Hawaii Group has renewed its 7,000-square-foot penthouse office space lease at the Topa Financial Center for another four years and will double its ground-floor office space to about 4,000-square-feet, The Hawaii Group President and CEO Matt Delaney told PBN.
Matt Delaney and Scott Meichtry, owners of The Hawaii Group, have been interviewed and featured in the Pacific Business News regarding the company's expansion to the mainland and the way our business will be evolving to accommodate the change.
Delaney said the national expansion will also give the companies the ability to leverage each others' back offices, and said it will be helpful to have staff working in different time zones available to clients.
Despite the plans for national expansion, Delaney said he is not shifting his focus out of Hawaii.
"We're looking to continue with our rapid growth here in Hawaii in 2014, on all the islands," Delaney said, adding that Hawaii remains the priority, and is the engine that will help to fuel future opportunities.
"Businesses do not always have the resources to manage their workers' comp, payroll, and now the Affordable Care Act (ACA) benefits," says Delaney. He adds that the ACA, which can be confusing to a lot of business owners, is not something new to his company. "In Hawaii, we have had the pre-paid health care act since 1974 that companies have to subscribe to even if they have only one employee, so we know the game of eligibility, tracking the hours, et cetera," he said.
The Hawaii Group's Matt Delaney, who serves as Chairman and CEO of CaHR, was invited to be an expert panelist at the Hawaii Venture Capital Association luncheon on June 27, 2013. The full audio from that luncheon panel has been made available on YouTube. Matt's introductory words can be found at 27:50. Listen to the audio below:
Pacific Business News: Hawaii Group Restructures to Fund Growth, Boost Brand March 15, 2013
The Hawaii Group's restructuring and rebranding efforts were highlighted on the front page of the Pacific Business News, with a full-length article inside the issue. The article features an explanation of the restructuring and insight from HiGroup President and CEO Matt Delaney and Executive Vice President Scott Meichtry, as well as a diagram visually laying out the shift in the structure of the company.
CaHR President and CEO Matt Delaney is featured on the cover of the January-March issue of Pacific Edge Magazine as one of 5 to Watch, a feature highlighting "Five community leaders sharing their successful business insights. Inside the issue, a you'll find a full-page profile of Matt Delaney.
The September 30th issue of Pacific Business News featured HiEmployment Chairman and CEO and President Matt Delaney with news of Hawaii Human Resources growing with two new offices in California by the end of year.
Read the article here.
Matthew Delaney, President and CEO of CaHR and The Hawaii Group, was profiled in detail in the Star Advertiser on Tuesday, October 12, 2010. The feature details the interweaving of Matt's inspiring and impressive business and personal histories, and his success in overcoming cancer and confronting industry setbacks.
Delaney also gives back to the community by championing causes such as Special Olympics, the Queen's Health Systems, the Queen's Medical Center, Queen Emma Land Co., the Outrigger Canoe Club, Hawaii Hotel and Lodging Association, Hawaii Hotel Foundation and the Waikiki Improvement Association.
HiAccounting, 3 July 2014 [cached]
"Stacey brings an unmatched level of experience and professionalism to HiAccounting," says Matthew S. Delaney, Chairman of The Hawaii Group.
"Having Stacey at the head of HiAccounting will allow The Hawaii Group to soar to new heights," says Delaney.
"This is an exciting development for me both professionally and personally," said Matthew S. Delaney, CEO and Chairman of HiGroup and HiHR.
"In addition to the Big Island presence, both parties will continue to look for ways to partner together on mainland expansion opportunities" Delaney added.
The Hawaii Group, 30 Sept 2011 [cached]
HRBenefix and Kiria Payroll Services handle human resources duties for 725 employees on a $20 million payroll, said Matt Delaney, CEO of Hawaii Human Resources and chairman of the Hawaii Group.
The Hawaii Group and its Founder and President Matt Delaney were featured in the Pacific Business News talking about the expansion:
The Hawaii Group has almost doubled its professional employer organization client base with the acquisition of two local PEOs, JS Services Inc. and OneSource Inc.
The acquisitions add JS Services' 337 clients and OneSource's 75 clients to the existing portfolio of 467 clients at Hawaii Human Resources, a subsidiary of The Hawaii Group.
"We want to be the biggest and best [human resources] provider in the state of Hawaii," said Matt Delaney, president and CEO of The Hawaii Group.
Hawaii Group CEO and President Matt Delaney was interviewed and quoted in the Pacific Business News regarding the company's expansion of their office space in downtown Honolulu.
The Hawaii Group has renewed its 7,000-square-foot penthouse office space lease at the Topa Financial Center for another four years and will double its ground-floor office space to about 4,000-square-feet, The Hawaii Group President and CEO Matt Delaney told PBN.
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Ltd.; John Dean, president & CEO, Central Pacific Bank; and Mathew Delaney, president & CEO, HiHR.
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