According to a Dell Technologies study, 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet.1 Luckily, experts predict the finance function will become more impactful and integrated throughout the business than ever before.
We are proud to announce Salo was named one of the 2019 Twin Cities Business, Best of Business Readers’ Choice winners for the third consecutive year.
We are honored – make that thrilled – that Salo was named one of Star Tribune’s 2019 “Top Workplaces” in Minnesota and one of Chicago’s 2019 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®! We are especially grateful to our Salo employees who helped us earn these awards.
We are pleased to welcome Mark Zesbaugh to Salo as our new board chair.
Last week, Salo’s Amy Langer shared her thoughts and insights as a panelist with GREATER MSP’s Managing Through the Talent Crunch series.
We’re very happy to see the Science Museum of Minnesota, a partner of Salo, featured in the news recently for their continued growth and development!
We are proud to announce that Salo co-founder Amy Langer, has been selected as a 2018 (Real) Power 50 honoree for Minnesota Business magazine!
Salo’s talent expert Colleen Frankwitz joined the WCCO team this morning to share her top five tips for job seekers in 2018!
Amy Langer, co-founder of Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance and human resources, was recently appointed to the GREATER MSP Board of Directors.
We are excited to welcome Brooke Baker to the Salo team! Brooke will serve as a Talent Acquisition Lead in Minneapolis.