About Raj Mukherjee

Raj Mukherjee

Raj Mukherjee, Senior Vice President of Product at Indeed, is responsible for driving global product vision and strategy in collaboration with the Senior Leadership Team. He also leads day-to-day operations of the global product team, which balances the current product portfolio with new business incubation. Prior to joining Indeed, Raj was Senior Vice President of Product at GoDaddy and responsible for helping their 14 million customers build successful businesses online. He has significant experience with SMB customers and led multiple successful acquisitions for the company. Previously, Raj worked on the Enterprise Platform team at Google and led Product Management for Domains for Google Apps and Google Drive for enterprises. He was also Sr. Product manager for the Online Services division at Microsoft with responsibility for product and business strategy for Office 365. Raj holds a joint MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley & the Columbia Business School. He also has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Engineering from India.

Recent Articles by Raj

Small Is Beautiful: 4 Ways to Build Your Employer Brand Without Breaking the Bank

building an employer brand

These days, the term “employer branding” gets bandied about a lot. But what does it mean? Like consumer branding, which builds reputation and recognition for products, employer branding is about doing the same for your workplace. However, rather than attract customers, the goal is to attract your future employees.

Big firms spend millions of dollars on their employer brands. They …

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Welcome to the Future: How Artificial Intelligence Is Improving Recruitment

Recruiter using technology to find candidates

These days, Artificial intelligence (or AI) is rarely out of the headlines. Each day—or so it seems—new advances are made and new uses found for this technology.

For instance, according to recent reports, Facebook is using AI to identify and remove terrorist content, and even prevent suicide. Google’s AI DeepMind became a master of the ancient Chinese game …

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Silicon Valley Spotlight 2018

Around the world, Silicon Valley is known as the engine of innovation and growth in the tech industry. What happens in Vegas may very well stay in Vegas, but that certainly isn’t the case here: innovations that start in the Bay Area lead to social change, business disruption, new economic opportunities and, of course, endless headlines in the media.  

And …

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Report: Ageism in the Tech Industry

In many cultures, elders are held in high regard as a source of wisdom.

In the world of tech, it often seems—not so much.

These days, you don’t have to look far to find news stories about lawsuits, age bias, declining salaries after a certain age or other takes on this persistent problem. What was once tech’s “elephant in the …

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