Talkin’ about an evolution
There are exciting changes happening at Salo! Learn what’s up from our CEO, Lisa Brezonik.View now
There are exciting changes happening at Salo! Learn what’s up from our CEO, Lisa Brezonik.View now
Find out why controllers are some of today’s most in-demand finance professionals.View now
The pandemic shined a light on HR’s value. Find out why in this interview with CHROs Christine Moore (Allina Health) and Sarah Strehl (ECMC Group).View now
There are exciting changes happening at Salo! Learn what’s up from our CEO, Lisa Brezonik.
What happens when finance pros join IT departments? It’s a win for everyone!
Top tips for successful HR technology implementations
Find out why controllers are some of today’s most in-demand finance professionals.
How do you reduce bias in the workplace? You interrupt it.
Get tips (and a handy worksheet) to help you write job profiles that attract top talent.
Salo’s CEO, Lisa Brezonik, challenges women (and men) to redefine the way we work.
Get insights on resilience from an interview with Salo’s co-founder, Amy Langer.
Check out insights and advice from seven fierce female Salo leaders!
The next time you go on vacation, should you bring your work laptop along? Take this quiz to find out.
Get 5 lessons learned from dealing with unexpected change in 2020—from the Salo team … and The Brady Bunch.
2020 brought employees’ needs to the forefront of workplace culture. Find out why it should stay that way.
Learn 10 ways to encourage empathy in the workplace.
We all spend a lot of time at work. Let’s make the best of it.
It’s the first workday of 2021. Salo’s CEO tells us why now is the time for optimism.
2020 wasn’t all bad. Hear about 2020’s positives from our clients and consultants.
Learn how to ace your strategy for planning, people, and culture in 2021.
Get a few ideas to help you make the end-of-year madness manageable.
Does inspiring your team seem like an uphill battle? Employee development is an excellent motivator.
The Clash put it best: “Should I stay or should I go?” This quiz can help you decide.
Want a job that fills your “energy bucket” instead of draining it? Find a career that fits your personality.
Your future is waiting. Learn 4 well-worn strategies for growing your career.
The pandemic shined a light on HR’s value. Find out why in this interview with CHROs Christine Moore (Allina Health) and Sarah Strehl (ECMC Group).
Wondering how to future-proof your finance or accounting career? Salo’s Allie Davis has some ideas.
Learn the tricks Salo uses to make employee engagement a real treat for employees.
All work and no play makes you… totally burned out. Check out these tips from Salo’s Allie Davis on how to tame your workaholic tendencies.
Wondering how to create a budget when the world is so unpredictable? These 5 tips from a CFO can help.
Now is the perfect time to request workplace changes that enhance work-life balance.
Learn to combine work, home, community, and self in a healthy way.
In this article, we bust four common myths about hiring consultants when a crisis strikes.
Think the gig economy is just about side hustles? Think again.
From easy actions to game changers—find out how you can support employees with kids through COVID and beyond.
Looking for top talent? Take this quiz to find out if Salo can help you find the right talent resources for your organization.
When it comes to leadership styles, are you #teamhumble or #teamcharisma?
Salo provides 25 fun and (and fairly easy) ways to keep your team engaged and connected while working remotely.
It’s been a long few months and employees are burned out. Find out how you can bring hope back to your business.
Salo’s BDDs (business development directors) do a lot more than sales. Learn more about this innovative role,
What is trust, exactly? And, why should organizations invest in it? Find out in this article.
Lacking motivation and willpower at work lately? Here’s some easy ways to do something about it.
Now that you know you can work remotely, the question is: Should you continue? Take this quiz to find out.
Everyone has a work-at-home personality type. Take this (completely unscientific) quiz to find out yours!
Your organization needs both agility and adaptiveness to thrive. Learn about the difference between them in this article from Salo’s Allie Davis.
This article helps you prepare for employees to boldly go where no man has gone for months—your office space.
With video meetings all day long, we’re all learning a lot about our colleagues’ home life. Check out these guilty stay-at-home pleasures of our Salo team members!
Learn best practices for virtual job interviews in this article.
Find out why contingent consultants will be high demand in the next era of business.
Stress? We all have it. Managers are in a unique position to help. Learn how to alleviate work-related stress for your team.
Check out this article to learn about the advantages of virtual interviews and tips for making them successful.
It’s (always) a good time to envision your future career and acquire the skills you’ll need to get there. Find out how to get started.
Although giving your team bad news is never going to be easy, here are a few ways to make the process as smooth and supportive as possible.
Consultants are often hired to do special projects, while employees focus on their normal jobs. But what happens if the roles are reversed?
A crisis makes it hard to focus on day-to-day work. As a manager, you can alleviate stress and help your team stay productive.
Consulting is often about filling a critical role on an interim basis, but the experienced consultants can also offer unique, external perspectives to help objectively answer the big-picture questions of an organizational assessment. Check out more in this article from Salo’s Daniel Newham.
Get the answers the top 10 questions people ask when considering consulting.
A high-powered job can provide a real sense of career accomplishment, but at what expense? Read Marc’s story.
Alana spent five years in public accounting and knew she wanted something different. She decided to explore Salo’s Compass Program.
Many of our consultants are naturally born entrepreneurs. See how working with Salo helped Kjirsten have stability while building a new business.
Teilen Kove spent the first year of his daughter’s life away from work. See how working with Salo helped him do it.
Diane was working as a CFO and wasn’t happy with her work. She found Salo and a much more balanced life.
Learn about key changes organizations need to make to succeed in a market increasingly fueled by experienced contingent workers.
Business “emergencies” happen all the time. And, luckily, there really are superheroes who can come to the rescue: Experienced consultants.
Whether you’re in middle school or middle age, assimilating with a new set of peers can feel a bit daunting. However, when you’re a consultant, it’s part of every project. Check here for their top tips for making a smooth transition to a new team.
Whether you dislike your job or just seem stuck on autopilot; it’s easy to get discouraged. The good news is: You have choices, including consulting.
Having peers is important to your career and mental health. Luckily, there are ways you can be a consultant and have a professional community, too.
Ever wonder what it would be like to leave a corporate job to become a finance consultant? See what surprised our first-year consultants.
Find out what can finance pros do today to be marketable in the future.
Nick was no longer willing to tolerate a job that didn’t fulfill him. He committed to making a change and he found the right fit as a Salo BDD,
New challenges at work are key motivators for me, but I wasn’t finding the career advancement opportunities I needed. That’s when I tried consulting.
“Since working as a consultant, I feel I have more control over my life. Being a consultant helps me take the time to fulfill what I need outside of work.”
Salo supported my career change from internal HR to sales and it’s been very rewarding.
It’s rewarding when I call a client and they tell me they couldn’t do their job without our consultant. That adds value in a really meaningful way.
How do we effectively build relationships and lead teams that cross cultures and generations?
All businesses face change, but at Salo, we embrace it. Unabashedly. Unreservedly. With conviction.
See how our employees live our mission — connecting and empowering people to make a difference — every day.
What is it like to work at Salo? We polled our team to learn their favorite things about working here.
5 tips to help you decide if consulting is right for you.
What gets me out of bed every morning is the people who look to me to go out and find meaningful work.
I love to connect with people and build relationships—I think that’s fun. I’m curious about people. I also enjoy solving problems for clients. – Katie Gabriel, business development director: Minneapolis
I finally feel like I can embrace my love of change. I found this perfect place to capitalize on my skill set, my love of change and meeting new people.
I constantly feel like I’m making an impact, so my creative juices keep flowing.
When you’re on the verge of an ERP implementation., and a big-name integrator hands you a work plan; oftentimes you realize that even an army of integrators needs a lot of support.
More companies are heading to the stock market as initial public offerings begin to rebound. In 2017, global IPO markets saw the highest first quarter IPO numbers since 2007. Could an IPO be in your company’s future?
Salo Talent Connection Director, Colleen Frankwitz, talks about what it’s really like to become a consultant.
A panel of finance and human resources leaders from varying industries shared 4 qualities that make a great consultant.
Networking is a key component in how we conduct business today. Get tips on how you can hone your skills and become a superconnector.
Want to develop effective leadership qualities that accelerate opportunity for your business? Here are three strategies to consider.
Companies always look for a strong match between the candidate and the job description. But, what about culture? Ensure you hire an “A” player for both.