In such that the same manner as alkali metals I would presume?
It's not clear what you mean. Salts are generally non-reactive compounds, at least with water.
The reason alkali metals are so reactive (esp. with water) is due to having a single electron as a valence electron. Once an alkali metal has reacted with another element, for example, to forma salt, the compound thus formed is usually chemically stable and will no longer react with other substances.