In today’s workplace, the rules for success are constantly evolving. Last week, with it’s sponsorship of the Financial Executives International (FEI) Kellogg Professional Development Day event – Salo helped helping businesses consider how best to effectively navigate workplace change with the help of two industry thought leaders.
Maybe you’ve been here before: You’re on the verge of an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning system) implementation. A big-name integrator hands you a work plan for the next two years and you realize that even an army of integrators needs a lot of support. Implementing an ERP requires full commitment, and executing the work plan will tax your team even further. You know that a poorly executed implementation can bring an organization to a standstill. The pressure to make this critical investment successful can be overwhelming.
Members of Salo LLC attended the 2017 Minnesota Recruiters Spring Conference, an annual event in which 200+ Twin Cities recruitment professionals gather to network, share ideas, and learn best practices from both local and international thought-leaders in the talent space.
This year’s conference featured talks from two all-stars in the world of recruitment: Johnny Campbell and Mark Landwer.
Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources, recently named Nick Stokes as Business Development Director and Minh Thi as Benefits Specialist in its Minneapolis office.
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?
A panel of tenured Salo consultants, including Jackie Lantry, Nicole Carter, Robert Morrison and Angela Ciagne, shared stories on the consulting challenges they’ve faced and how they achieve success at our recent Connect & Educate event. Connect & Educate is our employee event series designed to expand careers, leverage employees’ expertise, and grow connections with the Salo community.
This week, members of the Salo team attended the Leading Edge HR Network (LEHRN) HR Tech Expo & Conference in St. Paul. The largest regional HR technology expo and conference in the country, representatives from over two hundred companies were in attendance, along with over fifty vendors of HR software/services attending as exhibitors.
Change is a large part of life. Some people are terrified of it while others embrace it. A year ago, one of Salo’s Business Development Director’s Cory Johnson had a choice to make; continue with the familiar or delve into something new.
Considering a career change? Making the leap to consulting can be an emotional journey. Salo Talent Connection Director, Colleen Frankwitz, talks about what it’s really like to become a consultant.
Recruitment leaders from over 20 local companies gathered at Salo to discuss an increasingly important topic in HR: diversity recruiting.