Pat Wadors brings a deep experience in HR to her role as Chief Talent Officer and CHRO of Procore Technologies. Wadors speaks about the changing role of HR, taking a stand as a company and providing flexibility in recruitment and work locations.
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The Chief of Rapid Learning
Pat Wadors brings a deep experience in HR and talent to her role as Chief Talent Officer and CHRO of Procore Technologies. Wadors spoke with People + Strategy
about the changing role of HR leadership, taking a stand as a company and providing flexibility in recruitment and work locations.
People + Strategy: The past year of challenges has pushed the CHRO role to center stage. How have you experienced that?
Pat Wadors: The job had been evolving, but we’ve been thrust into a whole expanded arena. There’s the core function of the role plus, plus, plus. The challenge is that we do not know what we don’t know, and people turn to us whenever it’s a people-related topic, and they want our opinion or they want us to take the lead.
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