Peter Weddle, CEO, WEDDLE’s Research & Publications

 
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Panel Session:

The Social Habits of Highly Successful Job Boards

A number of major surveys show that job boards continue to be a key resource for sourcing and recruiting top talent. Now, some of the best sites are incorporating social media into their services to make them even more powerful. This panel of leading job boards will discuss this trend and illustrate it with a number of case studies.

You will learn:

• How job boards are integrating LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other social media into their services
• The potential benefits of integrating social media with recruitment advertising and other job board services
• The key skills recruiters must have to optimize job board performance using social media
Biography:

Peter Weddle has been the CEO of three HR consulting companies, a Partner in the Hay Group and the recipient of a Federal award for leadership-related research. 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. He is also the CEO of WEDDLE’s Research & Publications which specializes in employment and workforce issues. WEDDLE’s Guides to Internet employment sites are the gold standard of their genre, leading the American Staffing Association to call Weddle the “Zagat of the online employment industry.” His most recent books, The Career Activist Republic and Work Strong: Your Personal Career Fitness System, offer a frank yet positive assessment of the challenges and opportunities available to working men and women in 21st Century America. Weddle is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has attended Oxford University and holds advanced degrees from Middlebury College and Harvard University.

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Recorded Webinar:

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