What gets me out of bed every morning is the people who look to me to go out and find meaningful work. – Matt Berra, Business Development Director: Chicago
What I do is like putting puzzles together. I get to be creative by figuring out which pieces go where. I constantly feel like I’m making an impact, so my creative juices keep flowing. – Jennifer Hill, Senior Finance Consultant: Chicago
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. – Alex Philstrom, HR consultant: Minneapolis
Thank you to everyone who was able to celebrate with us on our 15th anniversary. Watch our video that shows what Salo means to us.
We are excited to welcome Kate Malham to the Salo team! Kate will serve as a Business Development Director in Chicago.
Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources, was named Twin Cities Business Best of Business Reader’s Choice award in the staffing, recruiting and executive search services category.
The Best of Business award is the result of a peer voting process to determine the most appreciated and affirmed companies in Minnesota. Thousands of local professionals are asked which companies exemplify true excellence in a variety of categories.
Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources, recently named Mary Cook as Managing Director and Seema Malveaux as Senior Principal, Solutions. Both will be located in the Chicago office.
Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance and human resources, has made the Inc. 5000 2017 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
This is the fourth time Salo has made the list. Salo placed in the Inc. 500 in 2007, and placed in the Inc. 5000 in 2008 and 2009.
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