NORTHFIELD, MINN. (June 21, 2021) — Carlson Capital Management (CCM) has been named one of the 2021 Top 175 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune. The award, which is given annually, recognizes companies with more than 50 employees in Minnesota that, based on employee opinions, score most favorably in the areas of engagement, organizational health, and satisfaction. Of the nearly 3,000 organizations invited to participate, CCM ranks sixteenth in the Small Employer category. A complete list of those selected is available on the Star Tribune's website.

Justin Stets, AIF®, President of Carlson Capital Management, says, "We are honored to be named a Top Workplace. This award is especially meaningful because our colleagues, through their responses, have affirmed our commitment to fostering a culture that upholds the core values of integrity, stewardship, care, and expertise. I believe wholeheartedly in the exceptional talent and quality of our team, and I'm thrilled that, as a result of this award, more people will come to know Carlson Capital Management and the many colleagues who contribute to our success."

In addition to being named a Top Workplace by the Star Tribune, CCM was named a 2021 Dakota-Scott Employer of Excellence.

For more information about careers at Carlson Capital Management, visit our website.

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. CCM did not pay a fee to receive this award, and has paid no fees to the Star Tribune to promote this award. The Star Tribune independently honored CCM.