Einstein HR enters sixth season as “Official Payroll & HR Service Of The ECHL”

The ECHL announced that Einstein HR will once again return as the “Official Payroll & HR Service of the ECHL” for a sixth year during the 2014-15 Season and will continue to provide payroll processing and human resource services for all 21 ECHL teams and their players.

Einstein HR will present the “Einstein of the Month” on ECHL.com each month during the ECHL regular season (October-April). Fans have the opportunity to answer a unique League-related question monthly for the chance to win a prize pack from the ECHL and Einstein HR using their ECHL knowledge.

Click here to view the October Einstein of the Month question

Einstein HR will also be featured on ECHL.com, the official website of the League and on member sites through the ECHL.com Network.

“Einstein HR continues to provide superior customer service for our League payroll needs with professional and courteous dedication,” said ECHL Sr. Vice President of Business Operations Ryan Crelin. “Entering our sixth season together is a real accomplishment and we look forward to another great hockey season with their company.”

“We take great pride in our partnership with the ECHL,” said Layne Davlin, President of Einstein HR. “We look forward to our continued relationship in the 2014-15 Season and providing each team with the payroll solutions they need in their fast paced business.”

Einstein HR is a professional services firm that designs and implements human resource outsourcing solutions for clients in the small and mid-sized markets. Einstein HR helps clients develop creative solutions that increase productivity, improve the focus on core operations and maximize the return on their human capital investment. More information on Einstein HR is available at www.einsteinhr.com.

Einstein HR was created to assist companies searching for a solution to their employee administration challenges. Their mission is to provide a simple yet effective approach to the Professional Employer Organization (PEO) relationship.

About the ECHL

Began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the ECHL has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 21 teams in 14 states for its 27th season in 2014-15. There have been 541 players who have gone on to play in the National Hockey League after starting their careers in the ECHL, including 29 who made their NHL debuts in the 2013-14 season. The ECHL has affiliations with 28 of the 30 NHL teams in 2014-15, marking the 18th consecutive season that the league had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on its website at ECHL.com as well as on Facebook and Twitter.