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Local Government provides vital services to the public, with its employees as the most important resource. Human Resources Services, Inc. (HRS) provides management consulting services to local government, other public agencies and related civic organizations in areas of human resources and general management. HRS offers a wide range of high quality professional services to meet the personnel needs of your organization and to strengthen management capacity.
We provide specialized and custom technical assistance and advisory 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 needed to help develop the personnel plans, guidelines, policies, processes; and management and organizational systems.
Our experts combine traditional consultancy skills with public sector, business sector, technology, and human capital knowledge to address the many challenges and needs of municipalities.
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The City of Newburyport, MA, a popular "go-to destination" on the coastal northshore taps Human Resources Services, Inc. for a compensation and classification study. Newburyport is a coastal city in Essex County, 35 miles northeast of Boston. An historic seaport with a vibrant touris ...Learn More
Human Resources Services, Inc. is proud to announce, once again, our Massachusetts re-certification as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Supplier Diversity Office (SDO), Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We have been certified for more than two decades and are listed on the SDO ...Learn More
- Human Resources Services, Inc. designs entire personnel systems for cities and towns. In these projects we carefully consider the specific needs of the municipality and examine all aspects of personnel/human resource management. This would includ ...Learn More
- Municipal by-laws (and City ordinances) are public regulatory laws which apply in a certain area. The main difference between a by-law and a law passed by a national/federal or regional/state body is that a bylaw is made by a non-sovereign body, which der ...Learn More