LinkedIn's Chief People Officer Resigns Over Compliance Issues

Christian Wylonis

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Christina Hall has resigned as Chief People Officer at LinkedIn because of an internal “compliance” issue. According to a Bloomberg report, which cited sources familiar with the matter, Hall resigned after breaking internal compliance rules but the details are not public yet. Hall has been at LinkedIn for six years where she oversaw human resources, hiring, and benefit programs at the company. A former lawyer, she has previously held roles in the compensation departments of Facebook and Intuit, according to her LinkedIn profile. Nina McQueen will lead the global talent organization on an interim basis while the company conducts an internal and external search for a replacement.

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