Team New England

Team New England includes our branches in Boston, MA, and Hartford, CT.

Laura Vasas

Laura Vasas leads both branches. She began her career in human resources and moved into staffing at Olsten Corporation (Adecco) where she worked for more than 12 years in various positions including branch manager and operations managers.  She then worked for a women-owned IT staffing company, Skylightsys, where she was a senior account manager for almost seven years.  Laura understands where our customer “pains” are and helps to alleviate them. Her strengths are gaining trust through performance and honesty. She also is a great listener and focuses on building trust and relationships with customers.

Team New England’s community commitments include a charity golf outing that raises money for Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation and participating in its annual gala.

Here are some key facts about Boston:

  • Boston Massachusetts IT staffingComprised of over 3000 companies supporting over 170,000, Massachusetts’ Information Technology industry is one of the most well recognized clusters of technology talent in the world. Massachusetts world-leading research universities drive a thriving, highly networked, supportive and open innovation ecosystem which includes robotics, RFID/CSID, video gaming, photonics, nanotechnology, telecommunications, mobile technologies, Software as a Service, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 Companies.
  • America’s first offshore wind farm will be built in the Nantucket Sound, just offshore from the Massachusetts coast. This undertaking will create hundreds of jobs, increase energy independence and contribute greatly to a healthier environment. Cape Wind is just one of the many ways Massachusetts is paving the way towards clean energy.
  • ONEin3 Boston reaches Boston’s young adult population, those between the ages of 20 and 34. That group makes up roughly one third of Boston’s population. ONEin3 Boston facilitates communication between these young community members and the City of Boston to make government more responsive to their problems and suggestions. This initiative is developing programs in areas ranging from economic investment, housing and jobs, to cultural and civic engagement in the city. To learn more about the events, services and resources that ONEin3 helps make available, please visit Onein3’s website at onein3boston.org.
  • As of 2012, according to the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio), 1,198 life sciences companies were operating in New England and employing 103,006 workers. More than half of these firms are located in Massachusetts. Of all the Massachusetts firms listed in the 2012 MassBio directory, about half (514) are medical device companies; 232 are drug development firms; 147 are contract research and manufacturing enterprises and 146 produce research products and instrumentation for the life sciences. The rapid growth in employment in the life sciences in Massachusetts provides a strong indication of how rapidly this sector is expanding.
  • Duck Tours, one of the most popular tours in Boston, show you the best of Boston on land and sea in World War II vehicles.
  • Visitors can visit the Paul Revere House located on 19 North Square.
  • Boston is home to the first subway system in the US constructed in 1897.
  • Boston Commons is the first public park in America.
  • The Boston Tea Party reenactment takes place in Boston Harbor every December 16.

Here are some key facts about Hartford:

  • Hartford ConnecticutIn Hartford national businesses with 1,000 employees work alongside entrepreneurial five-person operations to create a diverse and interactive base. Industries from healthcare software companies to electronic component and plastics manufacturers have found Hartford an ideal location to grow and expand.
  • Approximately 60 industrial firms are located in Hartford and engaged in many diversified areas of manufacturing. Hartford’s industries are located in three industrial parks and various other industrial areas along State Highway 60 covering about 900 acres.