If you’re looking for a new job or a consulting gig, you’re in luck. With a tight job market, organizations have realized how important it is to provide a positive and personalized candidate experience.
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.
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.