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Ms. Rosa Cantor
President and Chief Executive Officer
Creative Human Resources Concepts LLC
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Rosa Roy (Cantor) is the President and CEO of CHRC (Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC) a 15-year-old Mesa, Arizona based, owned and operated Staffing Company.
Rosa Roy (Cantor) has over 27 years of experience in all facets of the Human Resources profession within Corporate American and Small Business Operations.
In addition ...
In addition to ARUSI’s National Award, The U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency recognized two other local companies.
The companies are Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC, (CHRC) founded by Rosa Cantor and Great Gifts and Promotions founded by Teresa Ornelas, President and CEO.
began the company six years ago as a dream and a vision – a dream to create excellence and a vision to compete in a service industry that is dominated by large corporate entities.
“CHRC has become an exceptional business that I am very proud to lead,” said Cantor
“We are humbled by this recognition from the MBDA and we cannot thank enough organizations such as this one that promote, inspire, support and work so diligently to allow minority business to make a positive difference,” said Cantor
Alvarez Inc. - "Opening Doors To Business"
Annette Alvarez and Rosa Cantor during the NAWBO Small Business Delegation in Mexico at the town of Tequila, Jalisco.
Rosa Cantor is an AHCC Board and NAWBO member.
She is the President of Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC a full service provider of Staffing and Professional Employer Services.
Department Archive - Phoenix, Arizona - Entrepreneur of the Month
Rosa Cantor, principal with Creative Human Resources, fought predictions of failure to make her business one of the best in the country.
NMSDC - Events - Leadership Awards Dinner-Dance
Creative Human Resources Concepts (CHRC) - Rosa Cantor is the president of CHRC, a full-service company that offers staffing at all levels and skill sets for Fortune 500 companies and small and mid-size companies.
Adapting to a changing economy CHRC, which projects sales in the $10 million range in 2003, extended its core staffing business to include more human resources services for employers.
Compliance, policies/procedures, benefit administration, worker's compensation, safety/risk management, payroll, taxes and other consulting services yield cost savings to its varied client base.
Ms. Cantor serves on the board of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and traveled to Mexico last year with Arizona Governor Jane Dee Hull, on a mission to expand trade and investment.