The Resource Connection, Inc. Recognized as one of 2019’s Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts
The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), in partnership with The Boston Globe Magazine, announced the 19th annual list of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts at an award breakfast Friday, November 8, 2019. The Resource Connection, Inc. (TRC), a certified women-owned temporary help/staffing services firm led by Janet Santa Anna, CSP, President/CEO was recognized among this distinguished group of companies. This is the seventh time TRC has been named to the list.
The Top 100 list is featured in The Boston Globe Magazine’s November 10, 2019 Women and Power edition. Together these 100 organizations employ thousands of people across Massachusetts and generate almost $50 billion in revenues. The Globe Magazine points out that “The 2019 edition of this list of power brokers includes leaders of healthcare, companies, retail giants, construction heavyweights, financial institutions, nonprofit groups, and many more.”
About The Commonwealth Institute
TCI is a non-profit organization devoted to advancing businesswomen in leadership positions. Evaluation criteria included annual operating budget, number of employees, workplace and management diversity and innovative projects. TCI provides a variety of opportunities to help women succeed on a personal and professional level while propelling their organizations forward.
About The Resource Connection, Inc.
TRC was founded in 1987 by Santa Anna and Sallyann Tomarchio. The firm offers temporary, temp-to-hire and direct-hire placement of office, administrative, accounting, finance, customer service, human resources, legal support personnel and more. From its offices in Middleton and Boston, TRC serves customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses, in almost every industry, as well as state/local government, colleges and universities.
“The team at TRC is honored to be included on this year’s list of outstanding Massachusetts organizations led by women,” said Santa Anna. “And we appreciate TCI’s work in promoting women leaders. I think it is critical to inspire other women to succeed. This includes mentoring, listening to their ideas and needs and giving them the tools they need to thrive.”