Recruitment Strategist | CEO | Author | Speaker
Jack Whatley is a recruitment strategist, succeeding in the trucking industry which is in the throes of one of the most catastrophic labor shortages in history. He attributes his success to implementing the time-tested principles of human code into his business. Providing the right mix of compensation with a culture based on trust and High-performance team members with shared values that executes business success.
Jack is known for creating successful recruitment and employer branding campaigns that provide a good candidate experience and build employer brand, while delivering highly qualified truck driver applicants. His Driver DNA Hiring System has made Jack the #1 Recruitment Strategist for truck driving in the world.
With the full employment economy and the social expectations of the work force is changing how to attract and hire top talent. Jack has extended his Human Code DNA of Recruitment Marketing System into other industries who are experiencing a crowded talent market.
Together with his partner, daughter and innovation wizard Anika Whatley, they have been working away to build the best high-performance culture for their truck driver recruiting team by perfecting the Human Code DNA hiring system. Using the latest technology that improves, the quality of their worker work life enhances recruiter productivity by automate repetitive tasks, target and streamline recruitment efforts. Allowing the recruiting team to spend their time on high value work in a metrics driven business model that provides you the data on KPI’s that allows for constant improvement and ROI numbers.
Jack’s Human Code approach to hiring top talent has made him one of the most sought after recruiting and efficiency consultants in the world. Jack lives in Sacramento in a Queen Ann revival he restored himself. In his spare time Jack loves taking long bike rides with his dog along the riverbank, brightly colored boots, antiquing with his daughter, and planning his next disruptive business venture while gazing at the stars on the ceiling.