Cultivating Human-Centered Workplaces: Conscious Strategies from Recruitment to Retention
Maggie Hulce, Senior VP and GM of Enterprise at Indeed
Abbey Carlton, Global Head of Social Impact at Indeed
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
10am PT / 1pm ET
From recruitment to hiring to engagement and retention, cultivating human-centered talent strategies is proving increasingly important in our evolving job market. In looking to create environments where people can thrive amid rapid change, conscious leaders must identify new ways to embed empathy, equity, and belonging into their workplaces.
As a leading job site, Indeed is living their Higher Purpose to make hiring simpler, faster, and more human for employers worldwide while at the same time demonstrating the positive impact of human-centered culture within their own team. With a thumb on the pulse of just how rapidly the job market has evolved, hear Maggie Hulce, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Enterprise at Indeed, share insights into recent hiring trends and shine a light on how Indeed has navigated challenges internally through an emphasis on culture and inclusion and how they’re helping employers do the same.
Maggie Hulce is Senior Vice President and General Manager for Enterprise at Indeed. In her role, she focuses on shaping product and go-to-market priorities for Indeed’s largest global customers.
Before joining Indeed, Maggie was the Director of Sales Strategy & Operations at Google, focused on Google’s largest advertising customers in the Americas. Prior to Google, Maggie spent years as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, serving clients in the retail and CPG industries.Maggie graduated cum laude from Harvard with a BA in Economics and received her MBA with distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
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