About Paul Wolfe

Paul Wolfe

Paul Wolfe is SVP of Human Resources at Indeed. He oversees all global human resource functions, including talent acquisition, employee retention, compensation, benefits, and employee development. Paul has over 15 years of experience as a human resources executive having served as a VP and SVP at a number of well-known companies, including Match.com, Orbitz, Conde Nast and Ticketmaster. His specialties include talent acquisition and management, succession planning, performance management, and leadership development.

Paul can be found on Indeed Resume, Twitter and Google+.

Recent Articles by Paul

How Successful Teams Tackle Difficult Conversations

difficult conversations

From delivering performance reviews to saying no to extra projects, difficult conversations are part of life. The ability to tackle tough issues with tact and respect is an important skill for any professional. By cultivating a culture of trust and openness and fostering strong communication practices, you can successfully navigate tricky topics and help your team thrive. 

But while that’s …

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Spring into a Less-Stressed Workplace

April is Stress Awareness Week. Here's how you can manage stress.

Anxiety, back pain, fatigue, headaches, insomnia, weight gain or loss. It may sound like a pharmaceutical ad, but it’s actually a list of common symptoms associated with stress: uncomfortable when experienced on their own and potentially dangerous taken together.

April is Stress Awareness Month, and the truth is that stress is almost impossible to avoid these days. We live fast-paced …

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Meaningful Engagement: Making Your One-on-Ones Matter

Get the most out of your one-on-ones

One-on-one meetings can sometimes feel like trips to the doctor. Most people need them, and some of us dread them. But if you show up, share the necessary information and work together, your health will improve, and you’ll both be more meaningfully engaged in your well-being.

Whether it’s in the doctor’s office or a one-on-one, the risks of not working …

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