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Pay Equity Analyses and Audits

Posted Jun 01, 2018

There is no "one-size-fits-all" approach when it comes to analyzing pay.  Pay systems are unique to every municipal organization, in every state; and fair and equal pay laws vary by each State.  On July 1, 2018 the new Pay Equity Law takes effect in Massachusetts.  Pay/Classification ...read more

ICMA Webinar HR and the Law

Posted May 23, 2018

So has HR changed for the better over the past two decades? Is it taken more seriously as a profession today? One thing for sure, it has become hyper-legalistic. Discover what every manager needs to know to stay abreast of current and changing laws in HR. In this webinar longtime municipal cons ...read more

Town of Danvers Engages HRS

Posted May 02, 2018

The Town of Danvers, MA has engaged Human Resources Services, Inc. to develop a contemporary compensation and classification study and plan for its non-union employees.  HRS will utilize a hands-on approach in conducting the study.  Job analysis, external market an ...read more

City of Methuen Collaborates with HRS

Posted Mar 06, 2018

Human Resources Services, Inc. is working with the City of Methuen, MA to enhance its human resources operations.  HRS starts with an assessment of processes and capabilities and mapping of HR services throughout the City and Schools. With this and HRS’ experience, the main challeng ...read more


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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
Email: hrsconsulting@comcast.net

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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.