Jessica Miller-Merrell, blogging4jobs
Technology is rapidly changing
the face of HR. It impacts the way businesses are organized and is a big
influence on how people define work. With more pressure on becoming mobile, social,
automated, cloud-based and overall tech friendly, Human Resources must stay on
top of the changing trends and demonstrate value. No longer is the Human Resources department
where you go to just get benefits information, but it’s the department that
drives the value of the company through recruitment and employee retention.
In 2013 it’s important that all
these changes taking place in HR are recognized and implemented in a company’s
overall strategic vision. An end of year
or beginning 2013 list of resources, blogs, and other information that HR and
Managers must read to get a leg up in managing, retaining, and hiring great
teams in 2013.
HR Examiner is a magazine focused on the people, technology,
ideas and careers of senior leaders in Human Resources and Human Capital.
Run by the HR Consulting firm, Design On Talent, they
dispense great knowledge and content that’s necessary for HR and organizational
Talent Culture is an open online community of talent-minded professionals
devoted to advancing the World of Work.
Blog author, Chris Fields shares great insights on a variety
of HR, workplace, and job seeker topics.
Definitely a must read.
The Recruiting Animal is a fast-paced hardball forum of
recruiting infotainment. Hosted every Wednesday at noon EST, the show hosts a
chat with a guest who has a professional connection to recruiting.
Fistful of Talent features a wide array of blog topics from
Leadership, Recruiting, to Sourcing and Performance. An excellent source for
anything HR related.
For those interested in HR, technology, and BBQ, Steve has a great blog providing fantastic
insights into how recruiting, HR, and technology are intersecting.
Tim Sackett is an 18 year HR/Recruiting Talent Professional.
His blog goes over daily perceptions and seeks a crowd to discuss what HR
should be about.
Led by Jennifer V. Miller, The People Equation seeks to help
people how to lead with character, influence with integrity and win with
positive office politics.
The HR Virtual Cafe is a blog that discusses important topics
in the realm of Human Capitol, Social Media, and Technology.
Long standing blog dispenses advice for the world of work
from a manager’s point of view.
Insights from HR practitioner and union expert, Mike
Vandervort offering HR managers and operations professionals a vast variety of
Everyday People led by HR Professional, Steve Brown, focuses
on finding the extraordinary in everyone.
The Buzz on HR is a Management, Leadership, and Human
Resource led by “Buzz” Rodney who has over a decade of experience in the HR
Make HR Happen, led by Tom Bolt is a blog that’s mission is
to Re-humanize Talent Acquisition and Management.
HR Consulting firm Omega HR Solutions dispenses human
resources advice on tough topics like exempt level employees to GINA.
A little bit of everything in HR. Always questioning why we
do what we do in our organizations is a focal point at HR reMix.
Lucas is demystifying HR with her long-time blog, the Evil HR Lady.
The HR Capitali$t seeks to combine the intersection between
HR practice, technology and business as it relates to today’s organizations.
Trish McFarlane authors the Ringleader Logic blog and brings
over 15 years of experience in leadership, performance management as well as a
variety of other topics.
HR Buddy is dedicated to sparking conversation through
thought provoking questions and discussions on various challenges happening in
organization, work relationships and in HR realm of course!!
Written by professor, Matt Stollak who provides academic
insights and a look into the future of HR.
He’s honest, insightful, and to the point.
a little comic relief? This blog uses
humor to prove a point and share insights into the complex, complicated, and
often misunderstood world of managers and HR.
Jon Hyman brings over 15 years of experience to this blog
and provides proactive and results-driven solutions to employers’ workforce
Texas Strategic Human Resource takes a unique approach to
HR. Their tagline “Stop asking for a seat at the table. Crash the meeting
instead” speaks volume to their approach.
It's hard to list all the HR, Workplace, and Recruiting blogs that I love. And I know I unintentionally, left out a few. Do you have a favorite blog you love to follow that bleeds
HR? Let us know in the comments section!