Julie Zuckerberg Adds Value To The Talent Acquisition Of Deutsche Bank

Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Recruitment Lead at Deutsche Bank U.S., added value to the firm and its Talent Acquisition with efficient recruitment practices and by retaining the right talents. She is also credited with creating the brand of the banking firm as a great place to work for. With more than 15 years of experience in talent acquisition, Julie has a greater understanding of what can bring the best talents to the firm, and how to engage them to be happy with the firm. In her current role, Julie takes care of Managing Director level offers by developing and negotiating it for various departments of the U.S. division of the business from Asset Management to Global Technology & Operations. Since she joined the firm in 2014, Zuckerberg has been consulted by the leadership and the executive committees on driving best recruitment practices and efficient hiring governance. Julie also manages the vendor management including contingency search vendors and maintaining their contracts, negotiation terms, business relationships, etc. She is also ensuring strategic direction and coaching for various hiring teams and actively guides the team of recruiters in internal mobility, large-scale diversity initiatives, cross-divisional brokering of talents, etc.

 

Julie started her career with Hudson as Director of Candidate Placement in 2002. During the period, she took various responsibilities including recruiting various roles such as case managers, attorneys, support staff, etc., conducting employee counseling, coaching, etc., and communicating various benefit and other acquisition related information with employees and working as a link between employees and management. Later, Julie worked with Citi as its NA Executive Recruiter and Vice President with a number of responsibilities. She took care of the full-cycle recruitments of senior roles such as Managing Director and Director level roles for various Citi departments. She also actively advised the senior leadership and business leaders of the firm on various recruitment strategies, compensation trends, competitive markets, and talents. Zuckerberg was also instrumental in developing and negotiating complex offers that needed special skill sets such as clawbacks, relocation, deferred awards, equity buyouts, etc. She led the global hunt for talent by sourcing from different regions and took care of issues related to international relocation and other expatriation processes. Julie left Citi by the end of 2013 and worked with New York Life Insurance Company for a brief period of four months as Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead.

 

She completed her graduation in Philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College. Julie also did her J.D. from the New York Law School. She has specialized skill sets in Talent Management, Executive Search, Conflict Resolution, Strategy, etc. She has interests in running, fitness, technology, cooking, photography, etc. She exhorts the need of being fit and healthy through her social media posts and blogs. As an avid fitness freak, she writes a lot about her healthy lifestyle and shares highly useful tips to her readers. Julie is also an active promoter of healthy, nutrient-rich meals and balanced diet and shares her own recipes with her followers. She involves in human rights, animal welfare, economic issues, civil rights, etc.

Contributions of Vijay Eswaran to the QI Group

In addition to being the company’s chief executive chairman, Vijay Eswaran is also the founder of the Qi Group of Companies. He is also known internationally for public speaking and authoring several books and articles.

The QI Group specializes in different sectors including retail, hospitality, education, direct selling among many others. Vijay Eswaran is of Malaysian origin. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: https://twitter.com/vjayeswaran?lang=en

The Qi Group has its headquarters in Hong Kong. He graduated from London School of Economics in 1984. After graduation, he stayed in Europe where he did several odd jobs. At some point, he worked at a construction site, picked grapes in France and also became a taxi driver in London. Later he got introduced to binary system marketing. After that, he obtained professional qualifications with CIMA and received an MBA from Southern Illinois University.

During this time, he worked at Synaptic and multilevel marketing on a part-time basis. Later, Eswaran returned to Malaysia and the Cosway Group approached him as an expansion strategy. It was through Cosway Group that he developed a keen interest in multi-level marketing.

In 1998, he founded QNET that has developed to the QI Group today. It is a global company with its presence in over 30 countries. The company has successfully managed to combine traditional methods of sales with the current e- commerce models.

Vijay Eswaran says that he sought to create a business that would merge direct sales approach with the revolutionized way of selling through the internet. In 1998, they purchased the rights to trade in the commemorative coins in the Sydney 2000 Olympics. In the year 2000, the QI Group emerged top three among the 42 distributors in the international market. Read more: Five Minutes With Dr. Vijay Eswaran, Executive Chairman, QI Group

Vijay participates in several economic forums where he addresses issues regarding the state of the economy. Additionally, he authored his first book In the Sphere of Silence in 2005.

He has authored several books including a collection of photography. Besides his entrepreneurial inclination, he is also known for his philanthropic activities.

He established Vijayaratnam Foundation through which, he runs community programs, mentorship programs, and makes donations to individuals and charities. He has received awards from New Global Indian for his philanthropic activities and a business excellence award at Global Indian Business Meet.

Sustainable Tourism in Costa Rico

Costa Rica is home to more than 500,000 species of wildlife making it home to one of the world’s most bio-diverse countries. This country covers just 19,730 square miles making it smaller than many states in the United States. The country is divided into 20 natural parks, eight biological reserves, and a series of protected areas where an amazing variety of wildlife live.

 

Sustainable Tours in Costa Rica

 

If you are planning a trip to Costa Rica, then make sure to consider going on a sustainable tour urges Wild Ark’s founder Mark Hutchinson. It is the mission of Wild Ark to encourage groups and individuals in biodiversity conservation. Choosing a tour promoting biodiversity helps to promote a healthier ecosystem around the globe.

 

See Diverse Animals

 

Studying individual species in their natural habitat is a great way to learn from them. Consider going on a sustainable Costa Rico tour where you can watch the strawberry poison dart frog morph itself from a frog with a red body and blue legs to a frog with a green body and black spots. Alternatively, consider going on a sustainable canopy tour to see the white headed capuchin monkeys use tools found in nature as weapons and to secure food for themselves and their babies to eat.

 

Promote Wildlife Habitat

 

While Mark Hutchinson says that many people are concerned about lions, tigers or elephants becoming extinct, it is important to protect wildlife from extinction. For example, in Costa Rico, no one has seen a golden toad since 1989. This frog lived only in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Synchronous population crashes caused by climate change starting in 1987 may be the reason for the disappearance of the golden toad along with 20 of 50 other species living in the area.

 

Protect Global Biodiversity

 

Wild Ark proudly promotes the protection of biodiversity around the globe. Therefore, they suggest that when planning a trip to Costa Rica you deal only with businesses bearing the certification for sustainable tourism from the Costa Rica government.

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