- Understand the talent currently coming out of college.
- Offer benefits that will attract millennials and retain current employees.
- Provide opportunities to your workforce to drive retention.
The McPartlin File
Name: Sue McPartlin
Title: Market managing partner
Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Cincinnati office
Born: Mount Clemens, Mich.
Education: Attended Walsh College and received a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
What was your first job, and what did you learn from it? I ran a 20-ton plastic injection molding press. I worked in a factory all summer long making plastic car parts and refrigerator parts. It was really hard working in a factory and it was really hot because you were working with plastic and injection molding. It was good money as a college student, but it made me realize this wasn’t what I wanted to do for the rest of my life and that I wanted to finish college and get my education.
Who do you admire in the business world? There are a number of client company executives that I have looked up to over the years. I also just read the book, “American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company.” Based on that book, Alan Mulally is obviously a very inspirational leader.
What are you excited about at PwC? Specific to Cincinnati, I think we have a lot of future growth opportunities here. That excites me as the leader of this marketplace. From a broader perspective, we are very focused on delivering the best both to our people and to our clients, and I see that as being impactful and exciting.