RMI, a family and minority-owned business since 1995, has recently been spotlighted in the April issue of the prestigious and industry-leading, PEO Insider Magazine.
The workplace has changed since mid-March 2020. More employees have adapted to work remotely, and this will remain the new norm for many employees and companies. But in a remote environment, where you no longer have face-to-face interactions or in-office perks, employees may seek new opportunities if they do not feel connected to their company, boss or colleagues.
Working remotely is not a new concept. It’s been around for quite some time, and it’s been getting more and more popular in certain industries. This widespread practice, although quite beneficial, is still misunderstood by many obliged to work from home because of COVID-19.
What was once a nightmare, turned into the American dream. Today, RMI celebrates 25 years in business and is a family-owned full-service Human Resources and PEO providing expertise in Payroll, Employee Benefits and Workers’ Compensation to small and mid-size businesses.
The most effective managers are inclusive managers. But how can managers lead inclusively when working with remote teams?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as stress and anxiety are at all-time highs due to the added emotional weight of the coronavirus pandemic, the CNET has compiled their very best mental health advice during these challenging times.
In times of duress, it can feel like we’ve hit a wall when it comes to creativity and innovation. In fact, studies have shown that our brains
The constant battle for hiring and retaining top talent is a challenging reality for most companies and the risk for turnover is ever present by opportunistic employees seeking the greener
A company’s culture is integral to its success. After all, any business that has a great working environment is bound to reap a lot of
Workers’ compensation insurance is required for most employers, so you will have many options when choosing a workers’ compensation plan provider. However, the decision is
The term “employee engagement” is used almost as often as the office coffee maker. These two words are tossed around in discussions regarding performance, productivity
What would having better performance reviews mean? Well, here’s the facts. Performance reviews are critical to retention, and 85% of employees would consider leaving their
Companies who focus on creating a work culture that employees love have happier employees. If your employees are happy, they become more productive, more profitable,
Establishing solid human resource practices early in your company’s life has a lasting impact on your success. It’s important to know what changes as your
CRITICAL UPDATE: State officials on Tuesday agreed to a three-month delay before assessing companies fees for a new paid family and medical leave program. These
So a doctor walks into the OR… sounds like the beginning of a good joke, right? Only, it’s no joke! The surgeon has protocols, procedures,
The modern workplace is rapidly evolving, perhaps more so than ever. Advancing technology, increasing compliance expectations and new laws and regulations are just a few
The Massachusetts minimum wage law has minimum wage going up the next several years to $15 an hour. It’s important to stay compliant and make
Every year the Minority Business Development Agency, a branch of the US Department of Commerce, honors one US business with the prestigious Minority Professional Services
2018 has been an amazing year here at RMI. We’ve gotten to work with a lot of great clients and have built some lasting relationships.
There are multiple laws in place to protect both employees and job candidates against workplace discrimination. One of those is the Americans with Disabilities Act
Health insurance has undergone a lot of changes in recent years, which has created quite a bit of confusion. One of the hot topics right
Pay equity has recently been a hot topic of discussion. Even though multiple laws have already been put into place to narrow the pay gap
There are numerous types of employee benefits that cover everything from healthcare and paid leave to retirement and life insurance. As a result, some of
Individuals with a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) have low premiums but high deductibles. As a result, they may need a little extra money to
Rising healthcare costs have forced many employers to rethink the type of coverage they offer employees. One option that’s especially popular these days is a
Health problems are a growing concern for many Americans. Issues like obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes have become alarmingly commonplace. This has
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a law that’s designed to prevent employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of disability. In the
Today’s employers are looking to increase employee retention at all costs. Some even go as far as offering paid sabbaticals–an extended leave to work on
Career development is a common objective among most of today’s employees. Millennials, in particular, tend to place an emphasis on consistent progression and may be
Middle managers play an integral role in a company’s overall success. Acting as a link between top-level managers and workers, they support initiatives and strive
Initiatives to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been well chronicled and continue to make headlines. Despite this, the ACA remains intact, and health
2017 is nearly over, and the holidays are coming to a close. But things are just as hectic as ever for many small business owners.