Salo, Oberon and NumberWorks have each been recognized for their philanthropic efforts by the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce as 2010 Minnesota Keystone Program Participants. Each firm gave at least five percent of their pre-tax earnings back to the local community this year.


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EVERY day, millions of American workers do something dangerous to their health: they sit down.


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Salo was featured on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer in a segment about the benefits of movement in the workplace.


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Salo, LLC said it has named Minneapolis executive Jeff Otos to lead its accounting and finance placement company, Salo Project, LLC, effective immediately.


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An experienced finance, accounting and industry services professional has been named Managing Director of Salo Project, effective immediately. Jeff Otos, MBA, will provide Salo Project’s growing client base with the seasoned interim financial professionals needed to execute key projects within organizations.


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Hiring appears to be on the upswing here and in other metropolitan areas. Here are tips for your job search this Spring.


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In an announcement today, Salo, LLC said it has named Minneapolis executive Ann Ruschy to lead its human resources affiliate company, Oberon, LLC, effective immediately.


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In a strategic move in these challenging times, Salo is again leveraging its deep understanding of the Twin Cities’ business environment and launching a new firm called LawgicSearch. The new company will focus exclusively on attorney search, delivering customized staffing solutions to corporate law departments in need of experienced and specialized in-house counsel.


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The founders of Salo have decided to expand to the corporate law market, a new segment for its employee-placement services.


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The consensus is that things can’t get any worse in 2010; they can only get better. The economy won’t completely recover this year, but most staffing executives expect it to improve and are starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel.


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