Relode.com announces the appointment of a new member to its Advisory Board. The new appointment is Rusty Rueff, who brings wisdom and experience from holding positions on various corporate and philanthropic boards and from leading Human Resource departments at Electronic Arts (EA) and PepsiCo.
“We are very excited to have Rusty join our Advisory Board here at Relode! He is a thought leader and industry expert on HR and talent acquisition, start-ups and most importantly his faith, values and servant heart align perfectly with our team. Having someone of Rusty’s caliber partner with us to help think through our strategy and product development is truly a blessing from above!” – Matthew Tant, Founder and CEO, Relode.com
Rueff currently serves on the board of directors at HireVue, Inc., Glassdoor, Bookshout! (a co-founder), runcoach, workboard and Chairman of the Board of 1-Page, and is now an Advisor with Relode. He also held a leadership role as Coordinating National Co-Chair for Technology for Obama (T4O). Before this, he was the CEO of SNOCAP until it was sold to imeem, Inc. He is the Chairman Emeritus of The GRAMMY Foundation in Los Angeles and was appointed by President Obama to the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts for The Kennedy Center. He co-founded T4A.org and co-authored Talent Force: A New Manifesto for the Human Side of Business.
“I am excited to work with Matt and the Relode team. I have long been a proponent that the great recruiters are those who love to recruit for what they know and desire to assist others in having their dreams fulfilled. Relode taps into a new vein of search agents who can express the passion of their livelihoods through an accessible and highly engaging platform, allowing companies to reach talent prospects that they would otherwise miss.” – Rusty Rueff
Relode is a modern way to find and organize job candidates. Founded in 2014, Matt Tant and Joe Christopher began Relode to increase hiring efficiency. Relode’s marketplace aggregates on-demand agents who find candidates. Workspace, to be released summer 2015, is an efficiency system for organizing job candidates.