Scalable HR Solutions
RTR handles both short and long-term staffing assignments, making employee assessment and staff management easy for you. You can rely on us for temporary help services, contract staffing services, and permanent placements, knowing that we’ll find the best talent by screening, testing, and presenting qualified candidates.
You can engage us for single projects or requests for services. You may also contact us for everything HR where we serve as your outsourced HR department, taking full ownership of your HR management and/or development functions.
We help develop high-performing work teams through our coaching, leadership development, and training services, designed specifically for your organization. In addition, we offer strategies to help increase employee engagement.
You do not have to worry about the cost of hiring an entire team to get all the expertise you need. Through our administrative management consulting services, you can access a wide range of HR specialists, paying for the service you want only when you need it.
Hire. Train. Manage.
Mary C. Lastrapes, President/CEO of RTR (Return to Resourcefulness) Management and Consulting Services, LLC, has distinctive human resource expertise in that she has an extensive management background, training, and consulting experience that enables her to make connections, and offer advice that is both strategic and applicable to the business environment.
Her professional background includes executive positions, such as Senior Vice President of Operations at a global financial institution and two community banks where she managed up to 150 associates and large operating budgets. She has managed or been involved with nine mergers and has led many organizational change initiatives. At RTR, she leads a team dedicated to:
Mary holds an MBA from DePaul University in Human Resource Management, and a BA in Management from National Louis University. She is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program.
Passionate about community involvement, cultural fulfillment, and a believer in the principal “to whom much is given, much is required,” Mary commits to mentoring business professionals and serves on nonprofit boards and committees.