“Life Beyond the Deck” – Terry Schuler, CHRO of East-West Bank Podcast

“There are few functions in human resources that have more radically changed in the last 10 or 15 years than the talent acquisition one. “ -Terry Schuler

Welcome to a special Inside Recruiting  Channel podcast on TotalPictureRadio from Riviera Advisors’ 10th Anniversary Celebration in Long Beach, California. Listen to host, Peter Clayton talk to Terry Schuler, executive vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO) at East West Bank, one of the largest independent commercial banks headquartered in California with over 130 locations worldwide, including the US markets of California, New York, Georgia, Massachusetts, Texas, and Washington. Prior to joining East West Bank in 2010, Terry had a long and successful career at Avery Dennison Corporation for almost 30 years and was lastly senior vice president of HR and chief human resources officer until retiring from Avery in 2007. Terry and Avery Dennison have been long-term clients of Riviera Advisors, and we have enjoyed an outstanding partnership over the years. Terry is well known worldwide for his HR leadership on a global stage.

In this fascinating podcast, hear Terry, a very seasoned global Chief HR Executive, discuss such topics as moving from a Fortune 500 consumer/industrial products corporation to a smaller, more regionally-based financial services organization and what’s different (and even more importantly… whats still the same). Also, Terry discusses what have been some of the biggest changes in Talent Acquisition over the past two decades and why it’s still one of the most critical elements of HR leadership today. Terry has a unique bent on HR consulting, since he has been an external consultant in his career, and clearly has a strong opinion on how and why to use external consultants.

Listen to this podcast now (17 minutes).

 

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