LinkedIn senior vice president and chief people officer Christina Hall is no longer with the company.
Giles Turner and Amy Thomson of Bloomberg reported that Hall’s departure was due to an internal compliance issue, but LinkedIn would not comment on the reasons for the move.
Nina McQueen, currently vp of global talent, benefits and employee experience at the professional network, will take over Hall’s responsibilities on an interim basis.
LinkedIn spokesperson Nicole Leverich said in an email, “Christina Hall, global head of talent, has resigned from LinkedIn. We are grateful for Christina’s contributions over her six years with LinkedIn. Nina McQueen will lead our global talent organization on an interim basis while we conduct an internal and external search for a replacement.”
Hall had been with LinkedIn since July 2013, starting off as senior director of global compensation before moving through the ranks to vp of global compensation and human resources mergers and acquisitions; vp of global compensation, M&A integration and human resources business partners leader; and vp, global talent organization. She assumed her final role at the company in September 2018.
Prior to LinkedIn, she worked on compensation for Facebook, after serving as director of global rewards for Intuit.
McQueen joined LinkedIn in her current role in September 2013, after holding the post of director of global benefits at Facebook from December 2010 through August 2013, at the same time Hall was with the social network.