Westborough, MA – December 5, 2009 – Accurate Resource Group, Inc. (ARGI), a human resource solutions company headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts was recently honored with the Best of Westborough 2009 Award for Human Resources Consulting Services by the United States Commerce Association (USCA).
“We are very proud and honored to receive this distinguished recognition,” said Kathy Barron, ARGI founder and president. “Over the past 23 years, our firm has been committed to providing our clients with industry best practices and the most comprehensive human resource services. Internally, we have always strived to do our very best. It is rewarding to receive acknowledgment externally by being recognized by this national organization. We are very pleased to be honored by the United States Commerce Association and thank our many clients for their trust and partnership over the years.”
The United States Commerce Association is an organization based in Washington, D.C., that advocated for small and medium size businesses and entrepreneurs throughout America. The USCA “Best of Business Awards” recognizes outstanding organizations throughout the nation in various industries.
Accurate Resource Group has been providing outsourced human resource services including consulting, retail outplacement services and executive search services to companies throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that are predominately staffed with between 15 to 400 employees, and sometimes larger organizations with more than 1,000 employees.
Over the past two decades, the firm has evolved to meet the changing needs of the industry and the challenging demands placed on human resource professionals. Recognized for its expertise in human resource management and recruiting, the firm has helped hundreds of organizations and its management team has consulted with many human resource professionals in the region as well.
“We continue to do our best to meet the growing demands placed on CEOs, presidents and owners of small to mid-sized companies that need help in staying abreast of the rapid changes in health care, employee management, compliance regulations and a host of other human resource management areas,” said Barron.