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Resources for employers

Find staff

The BSA's Resume Section is the best place to find qualified architectects, designers, engineers, construction and renewable-energy professionals.

The Massachusetts Department of Workforce Development’s Career Centers offer employers access to qualified applicants, help planning job fairs, posting of jobs, assessment of job candidates, rental of conference rooms, targeted mailings and much more.

Share talent

Participation in Massachusetts' WorkSharing Program is an alternative to layoffs. WorkSharing allows workers in an entire company, a company department or even a small unit within the company to share reduced work hours while also collecting unemployment insurance benefits to supplement their reduced wages. Learn how to participate in this innovative state program.

Find public projects


Businesses can contact the State’s Health Connector program to discuss their coverage for employees. The state recently launched a new Commonwealth Choice Contributory Plan for businesses will fewer than 50 full-time employees.

Business development

The Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network provides access to experienced full-time business counselors, who provide counseling and training, financing, cash-flow analysis, marketing and sales strategies, business-plan development and much more.