4 HR Publications Every Business Owner should keep up with

by Emily on July 1, 2017

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Staying tuned for the latest news from the world of HR is very important. Markets, paradigms, and the best practices are constantly shifting. The best HR practices from a few years ago might become obsolete tomorrow. Fortunately, for HR managers and business owners who want to stay updated, there are many HR publications online.

While many online HR publications offer news and developments, only a few of them share valuable content with the readership. If you want to find out about new trends affecting the workforce, the most viable data to measure their performance and learn about HR technology and how to assess employee engagement here are top 4 HR publications to bookmark, if not subscribe to them.

Fistful of Talent

Fistful of Talent is a website that was primarily brought to life to round up an all-star collection of recruiting and HR professionals who will provide their insights on an everyday basis. This happened back in 2007 and Fistful of Talent remained true to its cause to this very day.

FoT covers a lot of different topics on their HR blog: Leadership, Culture, Good and Bad HR, Compensation/Cash Money, Salary Caps and Employee Relations. In the Recruiting section, you can read all about: candidate pool, sourcing, making offers, working with recruiters, references, relocation, diversity, career paths.

They also offer 28 minutes long podcast packed with the latest HR and recruiting news with relevant professionals in the field as guests.

Corporate Leadership Council

Corporate Leadership Council is one of the best sources for HR professionals out there. You will have to subscribe to get access to their content. They cover almost all topics related to HR. Every claim in their articles is supported by real-world data and research findings. With a reliable methodology and data led strategy, they offer unique, actionable content to their readers.

This is one of the rare online jewels that uses actual data in their findings and publications. Although their content is designed to meet the needs of leaders, HR managers and recruiters can also benefit from reading it.

Quora

Quora is a great place to look for answers to a lot of different questions. After Quora implemented the “Topic” section on their website, it has become very easy to browse through what interests you most.

Currently, the most active topics are Human Resources (156k followers), Human Resource Management (43k followers), Recruiting (275k followers), and Hiring (164k followers). The Quora platform is very engaging and doesn’t get surprised when you stumble upon some of the top HR talents answering a lot of questions and giving free advice and insights.

ERE Recruiting Intelligence

ERE digital footprint deserves to be followed by anyone who wants to find out about the latest news and trends in the HR industry. Some of their authors even use the latest Hollywood movies as reference points to build up a story. Just like Dr. John Sullivan does in his post “Wonder Woman – Why Every Firm Needs to Hire One.

Human Resource Executive Online

The Human Resources Executive magazine started publishing back in 1987. Today, they also publish online. Their primary goal is to publish articles that are focused on strategic issues in HR.

A majority of the content is written by human resource leaders. What can you expect to find on this website?

  • News and trends in HR
  • Success stories from HR innovators
  • Talent management
  • HR information systems

By staying tuned to the news and other articles found on these websites, you will keep yourself updated about the latest developments in the HR community. You can also read blogs of reliable outsourcing partners to make sure that you stay updated with the latest news in the outsourcing industry.

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Ramkumar Yaragarla July 3, 2017 at 09:11

Hi,
Apart from the above publications, there is one called the ‘ Society for Human resource management’ (SHRM) magazine. The magazine provides latest trends on HR.
But I would still refer to Harvard Business Review and MIT management journals anytime. They are the best in terms of the topic relevance. cutting edge research, HR best practices and experiences from the leadership teams worldwide.

There are other personal blogs from leading HR professionals as well. But then, I find the HBX as an amalgamation of thought leadership not just in HR but in other disciplines as well. It gives a well integrated view.

It was nice reading through your article.
Thank you.
Cheers, Ramkumar
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