HR Services

The Benefits of Working with an Outsourced HR Services Partner


Are you struggling to keep up with increasing workplace regulations? Are you worried about retaining and attracting top talent for your business? Are you searching for better benefit options for your employees? Working with an outsourced HR services partner like a professional employer organization (PEO) can help your business with these challenges and more! From […]


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COVID-Related Legal Topics Webinar – 3/25/2021


Tune in to our upcoming webinar! What: Legal and human resource guidance to avoid COVID-related litigation, defending COVID lawsuits, COVID lawsuit trends. When: March 25, 2021, at 9 A.M. ET Who: Edward Kowalski, Human Resources Director, Ethan Allen HR Services and David R. Wise, Partner, Mackey, Butts & Wise, LLP. Register: Click here – Registration in […]


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What’s a CPEO and Why Should You Care?


  From taking time-consuming administrative tasks off of your plate, to managing your payroll operations, to providing access to low-cost (but high-quality) healthcare, and more, the benefits of partnering with a Professional Employer Organization to assist with your critical HR tasks are clear – just take a look at our blog, “The Case for Partnering […]


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Anti-Harassment Trainings


Ethan Allen has set up multiple free training sessions to ensure your business will be in compliance by October 9th, 2019. The dates for the schedule sessions will be: June 4th* July 2nd * August 15th* September 19th* (All session are held at 60 Merritt Blvd Suite 202, Fishkill, NY 12524, from 2pm to 4pm.) […]


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The Case for Partnering with a PEO


  There’s a reason your job gets you out of bed in the morning, and it’s not the paperwork and other back-office tasks. As a business owner and leader, you’re driven to grow your revenue, improve your product or service, and collaborate with other talented people. And yet, those administrative tasks are calling your name […]


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What To Do If OSHA Shows Up


  If OSHA comes knocking, it is not advised to refuse entry! Refusing entry only delays the inevitable and can create an adversarial atmosphere. An OSHA inspector can easily acquire a search warrant or subpoena if they choose to do so.  Your first step should be to verify their credentials. Their official ID will include […]


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