ESC’s Compliance Blog Series – Part 5

To remain compliant in New York State, it is crucial to maintain accurate and organized employee records. These records can range from Employee applications to employee medical records and everything in between. Storing these confidential records in a secure and safe place is crucial to ensure the security and confidentiality of employee information. Keeping detailed … Continued

ESC’s Compliance Blog Series – Part 4

Keeping track of multiple employees on leave can become a challenging and disorganized task. Employers and managers have full schedules, and adding the additional task of leave management can become overwhelming. Creating a standardized process will help employers and managers efficiently track employee sick leave, PFL, and other applicable leaves. Leave Management When offering leave … Continued

ESC’s Compliance Blog Series – Part 3

  Hiring new employees brings some considerations for employers. Having a well-defined onboarding process helps employers and hiring managers navigate the process with ease, and ensures new hires are effectively integrated into their new roles. During this phase, employee handbooks are crucial to the new hire to understand company policies and expectations.   Employee Onboarding … Continued

ESC’s Compliance Blog Series – Part 2

  Job seekers view salary as one of the most appealing factors of a job posting. Recently, more and more states have adopted pay and wage transparency. This action has caused some frustration for employers who may not know how to navigate the process of implementing this in their job postings. This is the second … Continued

ESC’s Compliance Blog Series – Part 1

HR Compliance in New York State As New York State compliance remains ever-changing, there are new updates and requirements that employers need to be mindful of. Compliance impacts many areas of an organization- everything from interviewing candidates to managing leave requests. ESC is pleased to release a compliance blog series that will cover different areas … Continued

What is Quiet Quitting and How to Spot It

  What is Quiet Quitting? Quiet quitting has been recognized as a popular trend among employees in many industries. Quiet quitting has also been called “silent resignation” and occurs when an employee becomes disengaged from their work and quietly disengages from the workplace, without officially resigning. This phenomenon can be detrimental to workplace productivity, morale, … Continued

Mergers and Acquisitions – A Panel Discussion

Mergers and Acquisitions: Change Management Techniques within Finance/Tax, People and Process Please join Tronconi Segarra & Associates, ESC, and Meliora Consulting for an engaging panel discussion and breakfast seminar! Buying, selling, and merging businesses is a complicated endeavor, with a number of considerations required. Effectively managing the organizational change is crucial to ensuring success. Please … Continued

Recognizing Equal Pay Day

March 14th was Equal Pay Day. Women work to provide for themselves and their families, but upon learning that they make less money than their peers, women can feel less valued, have lower morale, and be prevented from reaching their goals at the same speed as their colleagues. Equal Pay Day is recognized to raise … Continued

The Impact of Employee Appreciation

Last Friday, March 3rd, ESC celebrated Employee Appreciation Day. This year, ESC employees received the option to select a piece of ESC branded apparel. Available items included shirts, a backpack, or a lunchbox; meaning our employees will be representing our company in style! One reason we recognize Employee Appreciation Day is that we know we … Continued

Employee Appreciation Day – March 3, 2023

Employee Appreciation Day is just over a week away on Friday, March 3! Every year on the first Friday of March, LinkedIn and social media feeds are dominated by posts about what employers have done to appreciate their employees and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to show your appreciation! At ESC, we always … Continued