Resource Management, Inc. (RMI) was formed in September 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah. RMI has grown from its 3 founders to a staff of 60 serving over 18,000 employees in all 50 states. RMI has its corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City with branch offices in St. George, Utah; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; and Denver, Colorado.
As a Professional Employer Organization RMI is strictly regulated, insured, audited, and professionally licensed. As a member in good standing with the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO), RMI is held to a strict code of ethics.
RMI has been recognized on the 2013 and 2014 Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America. RMI has also been as a Utah 100 company and as one of Utah’s top 25 revenue growth companies. Dawn Larsen, an RMI owner, was recognized by Utah Business Magazine as one of the “25 Women in Business to Watch.” Dawn, along with her husband and founding partner Kurt Larsen, have also been recognized as finalists for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
In the changing world of employee benefits and employment law, many successful businesses like yours have enlisted our services to help them administer payroll and carry out their routine personnel functions. Also, we can allow you, as a small business owner, the opportunity to offer your employees the same kinds of benefits as a large corporation along with providing professional human resource expertise and assistance. This is a major factor in competing for the premier employees needed to build and strengthen a growing business.
While this way of doing business in years past was referred to as employee leasing, RMI is a “Human Resource Management” company or, in other words, an off-site human resource or personnel department for our many clients. Clients and employees enter into a co-employment relationship, which legally allows RMI to provide large group benefits, deal with compliance issues, and assist in the management of your organizations’ most valuable asset, which are your employees.
Besides payroll and benefits, RMI is also involved in hiring, firing, job descriptions, performance evaluations, promotions, transfers and much more. RMI supplies the basic function of ensuring that policies and rules are applied fairly to every employee and client company associated as a co-employer.
The bottom line is that in a relationship with RMI, you can focus your efforts on growing and managing the core competencies of your business and allow us to administer the day-to-day functions of being an employer. You can sleep better at night knowing that Resource Management is helping keep you safe and compliant in an environment where employment liability can threaten your ongoing success. The result is a more productive work atmosphere and an increased focus on the core strategies of your company.