Being a human resources consultant has some great advantages. You can choose projects that interest you, take time off between gigs, and be your own boss. However, when I talk to people who are considering HR consulting, one concern I often hear is some version of “will I miss being part of a team?”
Ever wonder what it would be like to leave a corporate job to become a finance consultant? Read this article to discover three common surprises from our first-year consultants.
When I transitioned from public accounting to a role in the private sector, I found one of the biggest differences between the two career paths was with professional development opportunities.
We are pleased to announce several changes to our organizational structure, including naming Lisa Brezonik as president.
Since working as a consultant, I feel I have more control over my life. I make sure I take the time to fulfill what I need outside of work and being a consultant gives me more peace of mind that I can make that happen.
Finance consultant: Chicago
We are proud and honored to announce we have been awarded “Best of Business” by Twin Cities Business for the second year in a row. We have been recognized as number one in our category of staffing, recruiting and executive search services.
We celebrated our 16th anniversary by recognizing the hard work of our employees and consultants. Check out some of the highlights!
We are excited to announce that we are growing our team once again! In the month of August, we welcomed three new business development directors to our Minneapolis office.
We are excited to announce three changes to our leadership team on the finance and business development teams. Dave Rust is now chief financial officer; Nick Gust is senior managing director, business development strategy; and Loralee Wick is managing director, finance (Minneapolis).
We are excited to announce that we are growing our team once again! In the month of June, we welcomed three new employees, two in our Minneapolis office and one in Chicago.