Our goal is to help you make better Human Resource decisions. We aim to provide solutions that are sensible, cost-effective, and customized to meet your needs...and to deliver them in a timely manner. We believe strongly that one of the most important strategic assets of any organization is its people. Selecting the right people for the right jobs has tremendous economic value to any organization, as does ensuring that employees remain committed and engaged. Whether your organization is large or small, public or private, we want to help you do that.
William J. Waldron, Ph.D.
Bill Waldron is President of Waldron Consulting Group, a Human Resources consulting firm specializing in providing organizations with services in the areas of employee selection/assessment and employee opinion surveys.
Prior to forming Waldron Consulting Group in 2003, Bill spent over fifteen years directing the employee testing and assessment function for TECO Energy, Inc., an S&P 500 energy company in Tampa, Florida. In this position, he was responsible for the design of selection and assessment systems for employees and managers at all levels in the organization (including operation of a management assessment center program). He also was responsible for the organization's employee opinion survey program. He has designed and implemented selection systems for both existing and start-up plants, and has directed many innovative applied research projects.
Bill has also held positions with the State of Tennessee and the Tennessee Valley Authority, where he conducted research on selection and testing, employee surveys, performance appraisal, and other areas. He has authored numerous articles and research reports, and has made presentations and conducted workshops on these areas throughout the country.
Bill possesses a B.A. in Psychology from Marquette University and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee. He is an active member of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He is a former board member of the International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC), establishing their web presence (then known as IPMAAC) in 1994 and managing it through 2013. Bill was awarded IPMAAC's Exemplary Service Award in 1997, and IPAC's Clyde J. Lindley Award for service to the organization in 2012.