The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them.” —Maurice Nicoll
The changes businesses face today are complex, immense and challenging. As the economy is moving toward efficiency and complete visibility, organizations can no longer rely on what made them a success in the past. All must take a hard look at the business model and vision to be sure they are relevant. Do you have the right people and processes in place to ensure all touching the organization have a perfect experience?
Grassi Consulting Services was founded by successful entrepreneurs and business leaders with operating experience from start-up to multi-nationals – providing companies with a new level of thinking. Our team has run and grown companies into some of the most successful businesses. We have handled over 100 turnarounds!
Our focus is to partner and provide any organization in any industry the guidance, systems and management processes necessary to compete effectively in the new economy.
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Revisions were made to reduce errors on the form I-9. The new form was revised on 07/17/2017.READ MORE
Grassi & Co. hosted a webinar on the NYS Paid Family Leave Act.READ MORE
In order to stay compliant in today’s hectic HR landscape, below are some key points regarding the EEO-1.READ MORE
New York’s Paid Family Leave program provides wage replacement to employees to help them bond with a child, care for a close relative with a serious health condition, or help relieve family pressures when someone is called to active military service.READ MORE
In the world of Manufacturing and Distribution, many CEO’s and CFO’s are convinced they are simply too busy managing daily business operations and finance to find the time to critically review their company’s day-to-day ERP system processes. While it’s a fact they are busy, there also tends to be a vague resistance to initiate this study, as if it is too big of an initiative for them to successfully manage.READ MORE
In April of this year, Governor Cuomo signed into law the Paid Family Leave Act enabling workers with up to 12 weeks of paid leave a year to care for a seriously ill family member or newborn, or address issues from a family member’s military service. The law will apply to all employees who are covered by the state’s temporary disability insurance law, regardless of their employer’s size, and who have been employed for 26 or more consecutive weeks.READ MORE