Ever dreamed of quitting your corporate job and becoming a consultant? Not sure if it’s a realistic option? In this article, Salo’s Allie Davis answers the top 10 questions people ask when considering consulting.
A high-powered job can provide a real sense of career accomplishment, but working long, demanding hours can leave you with little time to enjoy a personal life. Read Marc’s story to see how consulting gave him both.
Alana spent five years in public accounting and knew she wanted something different. Seeing how much her Mom benefited from a career in consulting, she decided to explore Salo’s Compass Program – read her story on why it’s worked for her.Continue Reading
Many of our consultants are naturally born entrepreneurs. And some even start their own businesses, like Kjirsten. See how being able to work a few hours a week with Salo helped her attain some stability while navigating building a new business venture.
Teilen Kove decided to spend the first year of his daughter’s life away from work. Although this isn’t a common choice for new parents in the U.S., Tielen knew that it would be worth it. See how consulting with Salo helped him do it.
Our secret is out, everyone. We’ve always known Salo’s people are the best and brightest – and now the entire nation does too.
Thanks to our talented employees, Salo was named one of the nation’s 2019 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For!
Diane was working as a CFO and wasn’t happy in her work. Through her exploration of consulting, she found Salo and a much more balanced life where her professional and personal life have flourished.Continue Reading
2019 was the year that proved contingent workers (e.g., freelancers, contractors, and consultants) are here to stay. In this article, Salo’s Jon Cermak outlines three changes organizations need to make to succeed in a market increasingly fueled by these experienced contingent workers.