Paul McDonald is senior executive director at Robert Half, which specializes in the placement of professionals in the accounting and finance, technology, legal, creative and administrative fields. He writes and speaks frequently on hiring, workplace and career management topics. Over the course of more than 30 years in the recruiting field, McDonald has advised thousands of company leaders and job seekers on how to hire and get hired.
McDonald joined Robert Half in 1984 as a recruiter for financial and accounting professionals in Boston, following a public accounting career with Price Waterhouse. In the 1990s, he became president of the Western United States overseeing all of the company’s operations in the region. McDonald became senior executive director of Robert Half Management Resources in 2000, and assumed his current role in 2012.
Paul McDonald has been a guest on 4 episodes.
Why Media Finance Matters More Than Ever
January 4th, 2022 | 45 mins 1 sec
cfo, finance, media, news
A wrap up discussion on our most recent ForwardThinking series. We are joined by Robert Half's Paul McDonald and Protiviti's Paul Sachs.
Episode 43: Career and Connection in 2021
April 16th, 2021 | 36 mins 42 secs
lbgtq, leadership, real estate, recruiting
The world, and work, of financial executives has changed forever and many will spend 2021 trying to recalibrate. There is no rule book for what lies ahead; the way to manage people and organizations needs to be completely rebuilt.
Four Challenges, Four Leaders
August 26th, 2020 | 43 mins 8 secs
cfo, diversity, finance, leadership
This summer Financial Executives International -- in partnership with Robert Half International and Protiviti -- launched a new series of in-depth discussions with finance leaders focusing on how they are dealing with the incredible disruption happening in society and economy.
Episode 16: Technology Is Changing Everything In The Finance Suite: 2018 Benchmarking the Finance Function Preview
June 26th, 2018 | 15 mins 15 secs
career, finance, staffing, technlogy
The 9th annual Benchmarking the Finance Function report reveals how financial leaders are shifting resources as technology and automation increase.