NORTHFIELD, MINN. (June 24, 2024) — For the fourth year in a row, Carlson Capital Management (CCM) has been named one of the Top 200 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune.

The award is based on employee responses to a survey measuring engagement, organizational health, and satisfaction. The survey analyzed responses from 149,176 employees at Minnesota public, private, and nonprofit organizations with more than 50 employees. CCM is ranked 39 in the Star Tribune's Small Employer category, which features 85 honorees. A complete list of those selected is available on the Star Tribune's website.

“As individuals and as a firm, we’ve set a high bar for excellence and performance,” says Justin Stets, AIF®, CEO of Carlson Capital Management. “We humbly accept this recognition, which is a testament to our efforts to align our culture and values with specific colleague-centric actions. We're proud to celebrate this achievement with our employee-owners." 

Opportunities to join the Carlson Capital Management team can be found here.

The criteria for the Star Tribune’s Top Workplace award can be found here. The Star Tribune partnered with an independent organization, Energage, to conduct the research and administer employee surveys in order to determine awardees. The Star Tribune independently honored CCM. CCM did not pay a fee to receive this award or receive any compensation for this award. CCM did not pay to promote the award. CCM did pay for employee representatives of the firm to attend the award event in June of 2024.