Trends with Benefits: Talent Acquisition in Today’s Economy
Full-length episodes from In Good Companies are almost back! To prepare, we’re previewing Season Three with extras from some of our favorite conversations.
In this bonus episode, you’ll meet Jennifer (Jenn) McNorton, Senior director of talent attraction at Indeed, one of the most popular job sites in the world. Jenn is in charge of sourcing and recruiting for leadership positions at Indeed. But, she doesn’t just manage hiring at a top tech company–from her vantage point, she sees talent acquisition trends across the economy.
So on this bonus episode, we explore the macro view of talent acquisition: how the workforce has evolved and why companies are competing for talent like never before. Hear how you can differentiate your business and offer what jobseekers value most.
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Meet the Host
Patrick Pacheco, Executive Vice President, Trust Executive, has more than 25 years’ experience in wealth management, in addition to the designing and implementation of tax and related planning strategies.
Pacheco’s background includes years of legal practice and multiple degrees, including an LLM* Taxation from University of Houston, a JD from Southern Methodist University, and both an MBA and BS in Economics from University of Texas at Arlington.
He is also board certified in Estate Planning and Probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Meet the Speakers
Jennifer McNorton, Senior Director, Global Leadership Recruiting
After 20 years working in recruitment, staffing, business development, and leadership for firms including Robert Half International and Aquent, in 2019 Jennifer joined Indeed to help build a Leadership Recruiting function. As part of her role, Jennifer leads the team responsible for sourcing, recruiting, and hiring leaders and executives into Indeed. Jennifer partners closely with the senior leadership team and serves as a subject matter expert in building and executing the overriding talent attraction strategy.
Jennifer lives in New Jersey with her husband and their dog. When not working, you can find Jennifer in her garden, at the beach, in the park with her dog or riding her motorcycle with her husband on a quiet country road.
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