6 Steps to Developing an Effective Succession Plan

    Owning and operating a business is no easy feat. Many business owners want to see their business thrive long after they retire. To ensure this happens, business owners and leaders need to engage in succession planning. Whether you’re a family-owned enterprise or a large corporation, having a well thought-out succession plan in place … Continued

ESC’s New Hires in Q3 of 2023!

We are pleased to introduce ESC’s newest teammates that joined our team in Q3 of 2023!   Jeff Braun, Payroll Specialist   Jaime Carter, Benefits Consultant Tom Pendergast, Technical Service and Support   As ESC continues to grow and serve our clients, we know our growing team will continue ESC’s tradition of providing top-notch service.

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

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