Christina Hall had worked at LinkedIn for six years and was in charge of hiring and benefits programs. Prior to coming to LinkedIn, Hall worked in the compensation departments of Facebook and Intuit.
“Nina McQueen will lead our global talent organization on an interim basis while we conduct an internal and external search for a replacement,” Ngaire Moyes, a LinkedIn spokeswoman, wrote in an email response with no further comment. Hall has served as LinkedIn’s chief people officer since September of last year, according to her LinkedIn profile. She did not respond to a comment request before the Bloomberg story ran.