Peter Weddle

Peter Weddle

Peter Weddle is the founder and CEO of TAtech: The Association for Talent Acquisition Solutions.  Described by The Washington Post as "... a man filled with ingenious ideas," he has authored or edited over two dozen books and been a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, National Business Employment Weekly and CNN.com. His most recent books include Circa 2118: What Will Humans Do When Machines Take Over and A Prescription for the Soul: A Historical Novel About Boomers & the American Dream, both of which are available at Amazon.com. An Airborne Ranger, Weddle is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has attended Oxford University and holds graduate degrees from the Breadloaf School of English at Middlebury College and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

 

Turning Over Rocks … Without the Work

Turning Over Rocks … Without the Work

“Recruiters spend half their days searching for resumes and not doing the job for which they were hired: to recruit.” That’s the downside of using resume databases, according to Tom Murray, President and CEO of ITTA, the Information Technology Talent…

Are Candidates Clicking?

Are Candidates Clicking?

Pssst. I’ve got a job for you. “Banners that whisper are more likely to be listened to than banners which shout.” That’s the view of Artie Romero, and he should know. Artie is the head guy at Artie Romero Graphics…