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The ability to provide constructive feedback is a critical skill for managers, as illustrated below: Susan's manager told her he knew she had weak areas from day one, creating a significant dent in her self-esteem. Demotivated, she lost interest in her job and began...read more
Being organized at work is the key to success. According to a survey in which 800 employees took part, disorganization at a workplace, in terms of searching for missing items, costs $89 billion per year. The cost reaches $177 billion when the disorganization extends...read more
OMNIKAL has named The Resource Connection, Inc. as a Top 2018 Diversity Business In Massachusetts The Resource Connection, Inc. (TRC), a temporary help/staffing services firm with offices in Middleton and Boston, MA, is proud to be recognized by Omnikal. TRC was...read more
Here are some ways to boost your motivation levels at work: Motivation and morale are important for productivity at work. While many employees occasionally go through motivation slumps, persistent loss of interest in work can signal more serious underlying issues....read more
Reducing job stress is an important part of workplace wellness. Increasing workload, people-related issues, balancing work and life, and absence of job security are some of the causes of workplace stress. Job-related stress is the major contributor of stress for at...read more
For hiring managers, knowing what job interview questions to avoid asking can reduce the risk of costly mistakes. An interview provides the ideal opportunity for hiring managers to gain insights into the job applicant’s strengths and weaknesses. The focused, in-depth...read more
Knowing what not to say in a job interview is as important to your success in the hiring process as knowing what you should say. Congratulations, you’ve one of the lucky job applicants who have gotten through the initial screening for a position. You have been invited...read more
Temp of the Month
Bobby A. is a pleasant, outgoing, and professional employee. He recently relocated to the Boston area from Georgia. From the very first phone call with Bobby we experienced his enthusiasm, motivation, and professionalism. Bobby informed us he was eager to work and...read more
140 Clarendon St. Boston, MA 02116
161 South Main St. Middleton, MA 01949
Providing Temporary Help, Staffing Services and Employment Opportunities in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire since 1987
With offices in Middleton and Boston, The Resource Connection, Inc. provides staffing services and employment opportunities in the Greater Boston area and on the North Shore. As the Prime Vendor of office and administrative temporary help for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium, TRC recruits and places candidates in locations throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
TRC’s core service area for non-contract clients includes the following Massachusetts communities in Essex County, Suffolk County and eastern Middlesex County: Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boston, Boxford, Cambridge, Chelsea, Danvers, East Boston, Essex, Everett, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lexington, Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Malden, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Medford, Melrose, Merrimac, Methuen, Middleton, Nahant, Newbury, Newburyport, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Reading, Revere, Rockport, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Saugus, Somerville, South Boston, Stoneham, Swampscott, Topsfield, Wakefield, Wenham, West Newbury, Wilmington, Winthrop and Woburn. TRC also services Portsmouth NH and vicinity.