Others Are Saying About Peter Weddle and WEDDLE's Publications
patrons looking for quality dining have Zagat
to guide their cuisine needs. For
the recruiting industry, which spent $525 million in online advertising in 2000
and is expected to spend more than $2 billion in 2002, the name is Weddle--Peter
Weddle, that is."
The American Staffing Association, 2001
"I've known Pete Weddle for years. He is an immensely likeable guy. He is also extremely knowledgeable. He's been a master for years of the whole field called "The Web", and the job-boards in particular (he founded one of the original job-boards, himself). So, now he's published a wonderful guide to the Web and to those job-boards - a guide that every job-hunter should read before he or she delves into the hundred, or thousands of sites online. And let me add: Pete Weddle is also very smart. He's asked the right questions of those boards, and teaches the reader how to "mine" the sites for additional info. Highly recommended!"
Richard Nelson Bolles, Author, What Color Is Your Parachute?
WEDDLE's 2001 Job Seeker's Guide to
Employment Web Sites supplies clear, completely current information about
each site's services, features and fees--helping users instantly determine which
site best meets their needs. If you
are looking for an objective guide to employment websites, ExecuNet recommends WEDDLE's
ExecuNet, The Center for
also consider attending Peter Weddle's … session, "Internet Recruiting
Strategy Update." This
presentation was rated highest at our 2000 Staffing Industry Management
Institute, as well as at last year's Staffing Industry Executive Forum.
Typical was this owner comment, 'Gave
me up-to-date now information that I could use immediately.'"
Industry Report & Global Staffing Industry Report
WEDDLE's Seminar has been held in cities around the country to rave reviews; in
fact, more than 95% have said they found the seminars to both very informative
and very helpful.
from The Wall Street Journal
"I went to a seminar given by Peter Weddle on Web recruiting. Despite all my past training and seminars, it was like this time someone turned on a light. Previously, I had received 'mechanical training.' Sort of 'where to bolt the engine stuff.' But this seminar was about replacing 'horseless carriages' with 'automobiles' (really fast automobiles). During the first break, about 90 minutes into the session, I called the office of my current client. I told my assistant to schedule a meeting for me, my staff, the Webmaster and the Web Content Editor. In the Outlook meeting organizer message I asked the notation be made, 'Forget everything we have done; it is wrong. We are starting over again!' It felt good to be that excited about work again."
K.G., Staffing Consultant
I had the opportunity to listen to Peter Weddle speak last week at a
conference and 'WOW!!' does NOT do justice to how I felt after listening to
G.T., American Multiline
yesterday's workshop session ran immediately into the closing session of the
conference, I didn't have a chance to speak to you. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the
generosity of your time and valuable information. I'd like to briefly elaborate on my use of the word
'valuable' … to date, your session was the most profitable investment of any 1
1/2 hour period in my life. At age
39, I'm sure that there's some pretty exciting learning experiences to come, but
yesterday's session is going to take some beating!
Thanks again, on behalf of myself and our organization."
S.P., McArthur Management Services