Women of HR


Women of HR is all about the promotion and development of women in human resources. The blog is written by an extraordinary group of women, most with over 10 years of experience in the field.

Getting What You Want In the Workplace
by Donna Rogers, SPHR over 2 years ago
Job Hunting Over 50
by Dorothy Douglass over 2 years ago

The Human Race Horses


With saucy posts like "Sexy job descriptions are hard to find," the blogger at The Human Race Horses sees the humor in the daily grind. His decades worth of experience provide him with plenty of comedic fodder.

by Michael VanDervort over 4 years ago
The Bane of Social Media
by Michael VanDervort over 4 years ago

Upstart HR


Ben Eubanks shares on the many aspects of HR including ways to develop managers so that they can develop their employees. You will find very relevant information on this blog relating to technology and its effect on HR.

Recruit Better By Thinking Like a Marketer (Free eBook)
by Ben over 2 years ago
Employee Investigation Best Practices
by Ben over 2 years ago

Evil HR Lady


Suzanne Lucas has many years in human resources, and some people assume that HR people can be evil, but this is not the case here. The blog is unique because Suzanne takes the time to answer some tough HR questions as well as educating on everything that the HR personnel do on a daily basis.

Survey: How to communicate with Millennials at work
by Evil HR Lady over 4 years ago
A bathroom etiquette question
by Evil HR Lady over 4 years ago

Good to Know


This is an interesting blog written by Martin Burns from the perspective of HR recruitment and what this entails. We think you will find this blog useful with plenty of tips for the job hunter.

HR Daily Advisor


This blog serves up daily doses of HR tips and resources. From compliance advice to writing job descriptions, you'll find information on nearly any HR topic you could imagine.

Why No Wi-Fi? New Workplace Sensitivity Issue to Worry About
by Elaine Quayle over 4 years ago
It’s Baack! Shedding a Light on a Twice-a-Year Problem
by Elaine Quayle over 4 years ago

Charlotte Recruiting


This niche blog is all about connecting employers and employees in the Charlotte area. The twist? They do it through blogs and social networking.

Human Resources 101


This blog, written by Ian McKenzie has many years in the HR field and began this blog as a way to explain the ins and outs of the profession. It contains basic information about HR and yet is very informative!

White Contacts Lenses: The Secret To Awesome Vampire Eyes
by admin about 4 years ago
Circle Lenses vs Normal Color Contacts
by admin about 4 years ago

Employment Law Blog


An essential resource for HR managers, the Employment Law Blog explores legislation, employee rights, breaking news, and more. The blog gives tips on avoiding liability and meeting compliance guidelines.

The Perfect Labor Storm 2.0


Stats, news, advice - that's what you'll find at this HR blog. Whether you're looking for the latest employment stats or info on bullying in the workplace, this blog has you covered.

Unemployed Workers – Unlucky Victims or Just Not Ready for Jobs?
by admin about 4 years ago
Meet Generation Flux: Change Agents Extraordinare
by admin over 4 years ago

Rowan Manahan: The Blog


Rowan Manahan uses this blog to give readers of that are HR professionals and job seekers alike. The mix makes it a very useful blog that you may want to save to your bookmarks.

The real lessons from Michael Bay’s embarrassing moment
by Rowan Manahan over 4 years ago
Embiggening yourself
by Rowan Manahan over 4 years ago

Work Happy Now


Karl Staib was unhappy in every job her ever had until he discovered the way to unleash his "superpowers," - the combination of being in "the zone," creating actions for what you love to do, and identifying those actions that are easy for you. He teaches in his blog about ways to break the mental chains that hold us back.

1,000 Thank You’s a Day
by Karl Staib - WHN Author and Speaker over 3 years ago
3 Greatest Questions You Can Ask Yourself to Unlock Your Happiness
by Karl Staib - WHN Author and Speaker over 3 years ago

Work Matters


Bob Sutton is a professor in management at Stanford University. His blog is intriguing, thought-provoking, and offers you some great tips about the business world in general.

The Dark Side of Scaling Up: Will You Want to Live in What You Build?
by Bobsutton over 3 years ago
My Organizational Behavior Class: The Current Iteration
by Bobsutton over 3 years ago

All Things Workplace


This blog is unique because it allows you to look into many aspects of the workplace. In addition, you can get some tips concerning business management and leadership.

Coaching: The Four Essentials
by Steve Roesler over 2 years ago
No One Follows A Tentative Person
by Steve Roesler over 2 years ago

Gruntled Employees


Gruntled Employees is all about keeping employees happy - and avoiding costly litigation. Jay Shepherd, of the Shepherd Law Group, blogs about discrimination, employee policies, hiring, firing, and more.

The Recruiters Lounge


Learn more about how to recruit the best candidates and to do it in the least amount of time as possible. HR people recruit, but it does not have to be an overwhelming task. Great information on this blog!

Utilizing Recruitment Metrics is the key to Your Ultimate Candidate Attraction
by Jessica Miller-Merrell almost 3 years ago
How to Calculate Employee Turnover
by Jessica Miller-Merrell almost 3 years ago

Workers' Comp Insider


This blog is designed to be a place where issues regarding the financial ramifications of workers comp can be handled openly. This is an intelligent, honest, and serious page.

Health Wonk Review & More Noteworthy News
by Julie Ferguson about 4 years ago
Cavalcade of Risk
by Julie Ferguson about 4 years ago

KnowHR Blog


Incorporating the perspectives of several different professionals, this blog waivers between flat-out humor and flat-out information, occasionally with a blend of both. Posts are short, but also snappy and charmingly metaphorical.

HRM Business Practices and Notes


From getting over misconceptions to team building, this blog has all the resources an HR manager needs. Top topics include HRM roles, customer focus, and balanced scorecards.

Making a Wow Presentation
by James Adams over 4 years ago
Does your Company Suffer from Institutional Blindness?
by James Adams over 4 years ago

HR Bartender


Sharlyn Lauby has more than 20 years experience in human resources, so she is someone that novices and professionals alike can learn from. Pull up a chair and be ready to be served some great cocktails of human resources!

7 Ways to Manage Expectations Effectively
by Sharlyn Lauby over 2 years ago
Quick Shots for #HR and #Business Pros – Employee Perks Edition
by Sharlyn Lauby over 2 years ago