Essential Human Resources Advice

  • September 27, 2017
  • Rachel Lopez

Working Lunch: How to encourage people to leave their desks

The average American workplace is more hectic than ever. Employees often spend their days scrambling to complete tasks and stay on schedule. A byproduct of this trend is the working lunch where workers remain at their desks in an attempt to be more productive. Unfortunately, this often comes at a cost and can actually do Read More

  • September 22, 2017
  • RMI

Rachel Lopez Named President of Resource Management Inc. (RMI)

Ms. Lopez joined RMI 20 years ago and was the company’s first employee.   Resource Management, Inc. is pleased to announce that, effective September 1, 2017, Rachel Lopez has been promoted to President of RMI. Ms. Lopez has extensive experience with the company, and her expertise in human resources compliance and risk management strategic planning Read More

  • September 21, 2017
  • Alex Lopez

Is Student Loan Forgiveness an Option to Lure New Employees?

Recruiting can be brutal. Not only must you acquire top industry talent, you need to retain your employees long-term. This can be difficult, especially when it comes to millennials who have a penchant for chronic job hopping. One benefit that’s gaining ground is student loan forgiveness.   An Enticing Proposition A significant number of Americans Read More

  • September 5, 2017
  • Jessica Pfenning

Pay Equity: Are You Within the Law?

Pay equity has received a lot of exposure recently. The salary gap between men and women, as well as minorities, is well documented. Consequently, laws are tightening to reduce this gap. As an employer, it’s important to understand the concept of pay equity and to stay within the law.   Relevant Laws There are two Read More

  • September 13, 2017
  • Dalma Cruz

5 Interview Questions to Avoid

Interviewing job candidates in the 21st century can be tricky. Even with the best of intentions, it’s possible to veer off into areas that can land you in legal trouble. You’re probably aware of the obvious no-nos such as race, disability, gender and religion, but there are five other interview questions to avoid.   1. Read More

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