As 2019 comes to an end we have glanced back at some of the best human resources websites and blogs that we have found useful and resourceful over the past year.
Remember these websites going into 2020 as we can always benefit from management and leadership best practices through HR daily practices.
People Managing People are passionate about creating and encouraging the best practices in leadership and management, company culture, employee engagement, and talent and human resource management. To do that, they created a platform for business leaders and HR professionals where they can gain access to expert-led discussions in the form of articles, podcasts, and videos as well as learn about the latest in HR software and join a community of passionate HR professionals.
Hppy all about improving employee engagement and fostering a community of HR experts while helping them with getting better workplace insights by offering a variety of different resources. Hppy is a one-stop-shop for HR statistics, the best tips, and tricks, and even has a job board. Hppy also helps readers find a software for their HR needs.
3. HR Examiner
HR Examiner covers the people, systems & products of Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, and Recruiting. They also offer advisory and consulting services, workshops and conduct and publish research studies. The HR Examiner is for both HR practitioners and vendors.
TalentCulture is a community of big thinkers and problem solvers, led by talent management veteran, digital strategist and HR techanalyst Meghan M. Biro. As an HR marketing company, TalentCulture offers advertising, media, executive and corporate branding, research, and social promotions.
5. HR Zone
HRZone is an online human resources publication helping global HR professionals adapt to the ever-shifting demands of a rapidly-changing world. HRZone has resources for topics on employment law, HR software, leadership, recruitment, talent management, as well as wellbeing, diversity, benefits, and training.
TLNT is the HR professional’s source for daily news, analysis, and opinion on the business of HR for human resource and talent management leaders and professionals. TLNT is a great resource for all things talent management, employee management, culture, DEI (diversity, equity, conclusion), as well as learning & development, and recruiting. Learn about the webinars, conferences, research, and training sessions offered by TLNT on their website.
The HR Trend Institute keeps you updated on people and organization trends that they follow, detect, and encourage. They stay on top of trends and make sure their readers aren’t lagging too far behind. You can even book the director of the HR Trend Institute, Tom Haak as a keynote speaker.
According to their website, the Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals with 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe. Additionally, AHRI also provides HR professionals with a wide range of learning and development opportunities in HR, people management and business skills.
Human Resources Director is present in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Canada, and in the US. They focus on the challenges facing both HR professionals and the industry. HRD also features high-level case studies, international and local profiles, as well as interviews with HR directors and industry leaders from all over the world. Expect to get content that goes beyond industry standard. HRD offers articles that are highly engaging, timely, relevant, innovative and even entertaining. HRD is known as the magazine of choice for Canada’s most influential HR decision-makers.
If you’re looking for an entertaining way to get your news on the latest in HR, then Fistful of Talent could be for you. There you will find all sorts of opinions on the world of HR, recruiting, and talent with all sorts of hilarious pop culture references sprinkled throughout the website.
Workology is a community founded and managed by XceptionalHR Consulting. Workology is a destination for disruptive workplace leaders who are looking to discuss trends, tools, and case studies for HR, recruiting professionals, and business leaders. According to their website, they reach a half-million HR and Recruiting leaders each month through their website, newsletters, and podcasts.
The Undercover Recruiter is a website for those in HR or those looking to build a case for how having an HR department could benefit their organization. The website talks about employer branding, talent acquisition, and the workplace. They even have a podcast!
13. Recruiting Blogs
Recruiting Blogs is part of the RecruitingDaily.com, LLC family of Recruiting and HR communities and has a network of over 100,000. Their main goal is to share information that is meaningful to their community. They focus a lot on helping HR professionals advance in their careers and how they can help their employees as well.
The SmartRecruiters Blog is the place for hiring success, customer stories, the future of work, as well as recruiting hacks and product tips. They also have a podcast where they talk about advancing your career in today’s modern world.
15. Link Humans
The team at Link Humans aims to help organizations create employer brands that attract, engage, and retain the best people. They say that they’re passionate about data and that they’re equally passionate about helping organizations improve the way people feel about them. Head on over to the Link Humans website if you’re looking for help in improving sentiment and better understanding how to measure doing that.
SnackNation is a snack delivery service that runs a blog that helps companies boost employee engagement, promote wellness, & create an amazing company culture. Check their blog out and find an interesting library of activities and insightful articles on improving the employee experience!
TINYpulse is an employee engagement software that runs a blog of the same name. There you will find a rich library of articles detailing the latest trends as well as tips and tricks on boosting employee engagement. They also talk about how the pandemic affected the way we work now.
18. The Namely Blog
Namely is an HR software for payroll and benefits and they run a blog that helps their readers build a better workplace. They share insights on everything HR from payroll, benefits, to talent and compliance.
19. HR Brew
HR Brew is one of Morning Brew’s many newsletters. HR Brew tackles all the relevant HR news and delivers it to you in an easily digestible format perfect with your morning coffee. Whether it’s DEI, mental health, or recruitment, HR Brew probably has it for you and with modern and fun pop culture references to match.
20. HR Dive
HR Dive is all about providing in-depth journalism and insight into the most relevant and impactful HR news and trends. Their newsletters and website cover topics including talent acquisition, learning & development, diversity & inclusion, compensation, benefits, and onboarding.