5 Twitter Accounts Every HR Professional Should Follow
Twitter is one of the easiest ways to stay on top of what is hot and happening in the HR world. Sure our St. Louis HR community is small enough that we can somewhat, stay connected offline, but twitter allows us to stay connected to a much larger, digitally savvy group of HR professionals.
Burchard and Associates collected this list of what we feel are the people really providing the greatest value on Twitter to HR professionals.
If there is one person out there that really has their finger on the pulse of what’s current in HR, it’s Sue Meisinger. This former CEO of Society of Human Resources Management is a columnist for HRExecutive Online. Meisinger also consults and speaks on HR leadership issues.
I think we need to ask this question: Is HR Part of the Gender-Gap Problem? http://www.hreonline.com/HRE/view/story.jhtml?id=534360639
This is the official Twitter feed for Lauby’s blog, HR Bartender. Lauby is an HR pro turned consultant with more than 20 years of professional human resources experience. She chose the handle of “bartender” because colleagues and employees always wanted her to be like a friendly, neighborhood bartender offering up advice and lending an ear. As a result, her tweets don’t just focus on HR, they also provide general workplace wisdom.
Want More Employee Productivity? Figure out Their “Flow”https://www.hrbartender.com/2015/training/want-more-employee-productivity-figure-out-their-flow/
No HR Twitter list is complete without Charlie Judy. He’s another senior level HR professional with a wealth of knowledge and a lot of fun. Charlie is concerned getting back to the basics of strong connections, good relationships, personal attention, customization, and simplified processes. He believes these to be more important than anything the broader HR community is currently focused on.
In this culture of “no grit” people aren’t failing. And failure is where it’s at, people. #WorkHuman
A 15-year HR veteran, Neil believes that Human Resource Professionals need to completely rethink the way they approach people management by focusing on organizational need rather than supposed HR “best practices”. He is passionate about solutions that are organization-centric, thinking that is new and creative, and the unique role that people have in organizational success.
Qualities of the “perfect” business: Disruptive, agile, responsive, collaborative. And constructed entirely of unicorns and rainbows
Self-described as “not your HR lady”, Ruettimann is funny and irreverent. Don’t let her attitude make you think she lacks solid HR knowledge. Ruettimann has more than a decade of experience working in HR for Fortune 500 companies, and is recognized as one of the Top 5 career advisors by CareerBuilder and CNN.
HR Bloggers: It’s a Privilege to Publish http://laurieruettimann.com/publish/