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A message from Sandy Stapczynski, President and CEO of Human Resources Services, Inc. (HRS)

Posted May 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the culture and operations of workplaces in municipalities everywhere, with health, safety and continuity at the forefront of the minds of local officials. As cities and towns start to reopen, they must determine how to survive in this new envi more

We are zooming along to help.....

Posted May 14, 2020

HRS is successfully working on a variety of consulting projects and assignments remotely with numerous clients including: Watertown, MA; Upton, MA; North Andover, MA; Berlin, MA; Norfolk, MA; Avon, MA; Hopkinton, MA; Fairhaven, MA; Framingham, MA; Provincetown, MA; and also with more

HRS is here for you

Posted Mar 27, 2020

As our cities and towns contend with the COVID-19 emergency, we want to thank all the first responders, employees and local officials who continuously work hard to make us all safe.  We know firsthand the importance of the work you do.  Our role as your human resource consul more

Join Sandy and Carol: ICMA webinar on Competitive Pay

Posted Feb 11, 2020

Join speakers Sandy Stapczynski and Carol Granfield on March 17, 2020 for their ICMA webinar on competitive pay.  This ICMA University Online Classroom webinar provides methods for municipal compensation and planning and will review best practices for determining pay rates for individ more


Human Resources Services, Inc.

Sandy Stapczynski, President
9 Bartlet Street, Suite 186
Andover, Massachusetts 01810

Phone: 978-474-0200
Fax: 978-475-7925
Cell: 978-430-2061

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Human Resources Services, Inc.

We provide specialized technical assistance and consultancy services to cities and towns in current, emerging and changing issues in human resources and municipal operations. As your strategic partner, we deliver the consulting services, analyses and tools to help develop the personnel plans, policies, processes, management and organizational systems required.