How Human Resources Professionals Like Julie Zuckerberg Make The World’s Largest Businesses Successful

To many employees it might seem as though the primary function of their company’s human resources department is to manage and distribute a large number of lengthy and tedious forms. While maintaining, updating and distributing the employee handbook and ensuring that employees have signed non-disclosure agreements on time are certainly important if time-consuming tasks, the chances are that most human resources departments play a much more important role in the trajectory of the company than this. It is true that the individuals that comprise a company’s human resources team work to ensure that employees and the company are in compliance with the company’s policies and federal and local employment laws but these professionals are also responsible for cultivating and securing the company’s most important asset: its employees. As a human resources professional noted in an article on LinkedIn the driving force behind a company’s success is not necessarily the sales that it makes or the revenue that it brings in. The true measure of a firm’s success lies in the people who were hired to make the sales calls that ended up closing the accounts that brought in the revenue and the marketing team that wrote the copy that connected with customers and resulted in encouraging the customer to purchase the company’s products. Whenever a company makes headlines for bringing in an exceptional amount of revenue during a quarter that revenue would not have been possible without the work of the qualified employees who go unnamed that were vetted and hired by the human resources department.

 

As a Chief Executive Officer noted in Entrepreneur.com employees represent the most important assets that a company can acquire. In order for a company to be successful in the long-term they must have qualified human resources professionals who are able to find employees that are a good fit for the company and that have the skills that are needed to complete tasks that enable the company to achieve its long term business goals. According to Entrepreneur.com the human resources team cannot be relegated to the margins of a company’s business strategy it must be at the center. A business’ human resources staff must be able to play an active role in helping to shape the company’s business goals because nothing a company is seeking to achieve will be possible without the hires that is in charge of making. This is why it is vital for companies to have experienced talent acquisition professionals like Julie Zuckerberg on hand to help develop their hiring processes and shape their long term plan for the kind of team that it wants to build.

 

Zuckerberg has had a long career as a recruiter that began at Hudson staffing and has led to her working at one of the largest banks in the world: Deutsche Bank. At Deutsche Bank Julie helps to guide the company’s hiring strategy to enable it to staff mission critical roles in the US asset management, wealth and commercial clients and its international technology and operations divisions. Her work at Deustche Bank has enabled the company address human resources issues such as handling attrition and ensuring that roles that are key to the business’ operations always remained filled by qualified officials. She also provides her leadership and oversight to more junior recruiters as they work to ensure that the bank is hiring the most qualified individuals.

 

Julie Zuckerberg – A distinguished personality in the world of talent acquisition

Career driven, smart and someone who knows what she wants. These words perfectly describe a woman who is on the rise to becoming one of the best in her field. Julie Zuckerberg is one such person. In the world of talent acquisition and human resources, Julie is currently at the top of her game.

 

Julie is currently the Executive Talent Acquisition Leader at Deutsche Bank. She has held this position for the last three years and has been a vital part of Deutsche Bank’s success. Through the course of her career here, she has had the opportunity to work with some of the best in the industry and numerous business clients. She helps corporations implement candidate hiring strategies to ensure they get the most out of their recruiting season. Her clients belong to a range of industries, some of which include Asset Management, Operations, and Global Technology.

 

In addition to job recruitments and talent acquisition, Julie is responsible for handling negotiations with clients at the managerial level. She overlooks the workings of a team which consists of hiring managers and recruiters, all of who help her in implementing her plans for employee recruitments for corporations and businesses. She is always keen to figure out new technology and believes in using advancements in the tech industry to benefit and improve the functions and workings of the recruitment sector.

 

Julie has had an amazing career spanning over more than a decade. Through the course of her career, she has had the opportunity to learn from and work with some of the best in the industry. Julie has always had a keen interest in learning new things and believes in constantly gaining knowledge and developing with it. She believes that it was this knowledge, imparted to her by her superiors, which helped her achieve the high position she is in today.

 

Through the course of her career, she has worked with numerous companies and in multiple different sectors. This has given her an edge over her competitors and helped her in understanding the different needs of different companies thus giving her a clearer idea of the direction that the company must take for their recruitment processes.

 

However, Julie didn’t always plan to be in the field of recruiting. Initially, Julie had enrolled in the City University of New York where she planned to pursue a degree in philosophy. However, she decided to switch streams and pursue a degree in law from New York Law School. After graduating, she decided to switch fields once again and thus her journey into the world of talent acquisition began.

 

When Julie Zuckerberg isn’t engrossed in being the best at her field, she is busy partaking in some of her other interests. She is a huge wildlife enthusiast and believes in helping animals since they do not have a voice of their own. She also believes in helping people who are economically handicapped and communities that are being repressed because of historical reasons. She loves participating in the various events New York City has to offer and actively supports the cultural events in the city.

Malini Saba – Top Investor, Philanthropist, and Founder of Saban

I was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and raised in Australia. At the age of 19, I moved to the United States with only $200 in my pocket. My former husband and I found and moved into an apartment very close to Stanford University. It was not easy for us as a couple starting out and pursuing our educations. During this time although things were tough, I started laying down the foundation to my achievements. Investments and business angles were my biggest interest.

Another was to crash events and gatherings where I knew investment bankers were present. I would then get advice and ask them many questions. With money saved throughout the years, I started to invest in areas of real estate, telecommunications, and commodities. This is how I began my first business Saban Group.

I am not only an entrepreneur but also a passionate philanthropist. In 2001, I began a non-profit organization called Stree designed to help low income at risk women and children modify how they see themselves and the role they play in society. The goal of Stree is providing a way women can receive healthcare, legal empowerment, and a forum to connect with public policy in Africa, Central America, India, and Eastern Europe. After the tsunami of 2004, I toured the devastating areas in India and Sri Lanka and pledged $10 million for the victims of that tragedy. June of 2005, a $1 million dollar donation was made by me to jump-start the Heart Research Center for South Asians, which was the world’s first.

My investment career started in Silicon Valley as a venture capitalist in the 90s. Having much experience I invested in over 20 technology companies. Those include such companies as PayPal, Sycamore, and Networks, Inc. When I started Saban my investments grew to include oil and gas from China and Australia, and technology companies in the United States.

My enthusiasm for building things from the bottom up and getting involved in ways many investors would not has brought me far. Building Saban up to what it is now had its challenges.I learned many valuable lessons along the way and I wouldn’t do anything different to change that.