Career Open House

ESC Open House – Find Your Career with Us Prospective candidates are invited to join us for this open house event to learn more about current and future career positions with Employer Services Corporation.  Stop by to meet us and tour our organization. Monday, October 2, 2017 | 11am – 1pm | 4pm – 6pm … Continued

Seminar: Achieving High Performance with HR Best Practices

Tuesday, September 19 |Giancarlo’s Restaurant | 8-10 a.m. What Every Employer Needs to Know Employer Services Corporation will be hosting a breakfast seminar on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Giancarlo’s Restaurant. The seminar focuses on HR best practices for business owners and organizations across multiple industries. HR Best Practices:  Overview It’s no secret that in this day … Continued

Hiring Do’s and Don’ts

The Amherst Chamber Education Series Presents  – Hiring Do’s and Don’ts This HR Breakfast Seminar, presented by Lauren Kersten, HR Consultant, Employer Services Corporation (ESC) will take place September 7th, 2017, from 8:15-9:30 am at The Amherst Chamber. Overview Bringing new staff on can be fun and exciting, but it also can be daunting. Sometimes … Continued

Employer Services Corporation Announces New Hires

Buffalo, NY – July, 2017 Employer Services Corporation (ESC), a leading Professional Employer Organization (PEO), recently announced that Kelsey Talley and Erin Coakley have joined the company’s HR Consulting Team. Kelsey Talley has joined ESC as an HR Consultant and Erin Coakley as an HR Specialist. Talley brings with her six years of HR experience … Continued

Lunch & Learn: NYS Paid Family Leave

Starting January 1, 2018, the New York State Paid Family Leave Program the nation’s strongest and most comprehensive Paid Family Leave (PFL) policy will take effect. Join Employer Services Corporation‘s HR Compliance officers, Cindy Lawrence and Sharyn Weinfurtner at the chamber offices on Thursday, July 27 at 12pm. To learn how, as an employer or business … Continued

Amherst Chamber Honors Rachael Brown with Small Business Advocate Award

Buffalo, NY – May 2017 ESC is proud to announce Rachael Brown has been honored with the prestigious Small Business Advocate Award from the Amherst Chamber of Commerce. The following is from the Amherst Chamber’s Small Business Awards Program. Amherst Chamber of Commerce Small Business Advocate Rachael Brown Rachael has distinguished herself as a dynamo – … Continued

Client Seminar: Organizational Health

Organizational Health:  Based on the Book “The Advantage” by Patrick Lencioni A Complimentary Breakfast Seminar for Clients of ESC. This HR seminar will be held June 7th at Milo’s Restaurant. Overview Many businesses today are focused on being as “smart” as they can with hopes of becoming a leader in their industry.  While being “smart” is important, what … Continued

NY Paid Family Leave Benefits

Get Ready for NY Family Leave Benefits By Kristen Kelly, HR Specialist The effective date of January 1, 2018  for the New York State Paid Family Leave Benefits will be here before you know it! This law will provide broad paid family leave benefits through New York State’s existing Disability Benefits Law for all employees … Continued

Seminar: Navigating Hot Button Human Resource and Legal Issues in the Workplace

What Every Employer Needs to Know This complimentary cnteractive breakfast seminar was hosted by   ESC and Gross Shuman on March 30th, 2017 at The Saturn Club. Panelists: Liz Warren, Executive Vice President of Human Resources, ESC Rachael Brown, Director of Business Development, ESC Hugh Carlin, Partner, Gross Shuman Trevor Torcello, Partner, Gross Shuman Facilitated … Continued

Client Seminar: Back to the Basics

Utilizing Mentoring, Coaching & Progressive Discipline to Reinforce Positive Behavior A Complimentary Breakfast Seminar for Clients of ESC. This HR seminar, presented by Whitney Bower and Greg Gjurich, HR Consultants, was held on March 1st at Milo’s Restaurant. Overview Based on our customers’ request for an entry-level coaching & progressive discipline seminar, we are once again … Continued