About Employers Associates
Our company was founded in March, 2001 by Steven Coren. In conjunction with a variety of systems partners such as ADP, we draw on his long experience from over 30 years in human resource management and labor law. Primarily, we look to assist employers in their efforts to maintain regulatory compliance. Mr. Coren is a graduate of Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He received his law degree from New York Law School where he served as Law Review Research Editor. He holds a Master of Laws degree in Labor Law from New York University and has been published in a variety of commercial trade publications on issues involving labor law.
For decades we have successfully guided employers through the maze of requirements they must follow. What makes us different from other Human Resource consultants is that we look to aid your profit by improving your business dynamic with our HR Success model. Our systems tend to make your business run very efficiently and allow it to continue to grow
We offer a variety of experience and assistance in all types of HR endeavors. We provide information and assistance with Interviewing, Hiring, Compensation and Hours, Independent Contractors, Classifying Workers, Employment Policies, Handling Workplace Problems, Privacy, Health and Safety, Unions, Trade Secrets, How to Fire an Employee, When to Fire an Employee, Layoffs, Departing Workers and many more areas.
We believe that the key to success for today’s employer depends, in large measure, on how effectively employees can be motivated to be management’s partners. In terms of performance management (which we look at this partly as an art, partly a science and somewhat like an on-going study for managers), influencing employees to alter their performance is the toughest but possibly the most valuable leadership challenge managers face. In this regard we have the view that employees take on their responsibilities with high hopes of fulfilling them successfully. We fully presume that they do not take on a position expecting to fail.
In short, we are convinced “that in the very nature of things employers and employees are partners, not enemies; that their interests are common not opposed; that in the long run the success of one depends on the success of the other”*.