RSM celebrates a return to fall
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION |
At RSM, we understand the importance of family, and know that the fall and winter provide unique opportunities each year for us to connect and celebrate with family.
September is always busy with back-to-school activities, the return of football and increased yardwork as the summer’s tree canopy fades with leaves littering our patios and lawns. October, of course, means shorter days – and more leaves to rake – and it’s also the time of year when many of us mask ourselves with costumes for an annual evening of trick-or-treating.
On behalf of RSM’s Family First employee network group (ENG) and the rest of our 10,000 people nationwide, I’d like to wish all of our clients and friends who celebrate with their little ghosts and goblins on Oct. 31 a “spook-tacular” Halloween!
Senior Manager – Financial Services and National Leader – Family First Employee Network Group
Family First serves as an active voice around shared family challenges and promoting an inclusive, respectful workplace.