We are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives. Read the story of why one of our business development directors’ gives back to the community.
Our Connect & Educate series is designed to help our employees connect and grow in their careers. Our recent event was facilitated by improvisational comedy group, Comedy Sportz. Here are 3 improv exercises that can help build your networking skills.
How to approach HR technology selection so that you feel confident making the right choice for your organization – and your team.
It’s not about you. You’ve heard it before in other areas of your personal life, but that same attitude can work well in sales. A Salo Business Development Director shared how to connect with the C-suite at the President’s Symposium of Chicago, presented by The Entrepreneur Institute.
New changes in revenue recognition are on the horizon. Learn how your team can get a head start on complying with the new requirements.
New employment ordinance and regulations coming into effect have companies working hard to prepare for the new Chicago mandatory paid sick leave and national exemption status requirements. Ready or not, change is coming soon—do you have a plan in place?
At our recent Connect & Educate event, a panel of finance and human resources leaders from varying industries shared 4 qualities that make a great consultant.
New employment regulations coming into effect have companies working hard to prepare for the new Minneapolis mandatory paid sick leave and national exemption status requirements. Ready or not, change is coming soon—do you have a plan in place?
Networking is a key component in how we conduct business today. One business development director shares tips on how you can hone your skills and become a super connector.
Salo recently sponsored a daylong professional development session for Finance Executives International (FEI) Chicago. Robert Wolcott, Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) and Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University in Chicago, spoke about how companies could be innovative in an era of change.