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Los Angeles, September 9, 2019 — Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY) today announced Daniel Rubin has joined the firm as a senior client partner and global account lead. He specializes in the consumer market and is based in Korn Ferry’s Chicago office.
Rubin has over 24 years of experience helping clients with talent solutions, specializing in talent acquisition, broad recruiting needs, assessment and development, compensation, and employee listening. He has worked with organizations across multiple industries, including the world’s largest publicly traded employer, Fortune 500 firms, and small start-up firms.
Rubin joins Korn Ferry from Perceptyx, Inc., a employee research consulting firm, where he was an executive consultant. Prior to that, Rubin held several leadership positions with other firms in the HR consulting industry, in consulting, operating leader, and account leader roles. At these firms, he worked with clients to improve employee engagement, leadership alignment, and talent management.
“Dan excels at partnering with clients to provide key consulting resources, ultimately solving their most pressing talent challenges,” said Doug Charles, president, global consumer market, Korn Ferry. “He is committed to the success of his clients and works closely with them to accomplish outstanding results. It’s an honor to have him on board.”
Rubin holds a bachelor’s in journalism, with a minor in mathematics, from The Ohio State University, and a Master of Business Administration, specialized in organizational behavior and operations management, from the University of Michigan.'
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