About the Linked:HR community
Linked:HR is a Linkedin Group for HR Professionals with roughly 1.0M members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Linked:HR (#1 Human Resources Group) is a part of the Linked:HR 1.25 million-member community. Since this group has reached the maximum 1M-member limit imposed by LinkedIn we can now ONLY ACCEPT SENIOR HR PROFESSIONALS.
The Tea Hut
on facebookNot a group for workaholics. More like a shelter for no-BS, ambitious professionals. I opened the Tea Hut to provide a productive space for all the ambitious professionals who are searching for a better way to work. Whether it's about better managing your work day or make great career decisions, we'll leverage the community's wisdom and the richness of the web to provide the right ideas and resources.
Building Inclusive Cultures
on guildThis is a community to support individuals committed to building a professional culture of belonging, wherever you work. For all those working to build inclusive organisational cultures and build diversity and equity in the workplace.
NED & Board Advisor Network
on guildFor NEDs (Non Executive Directors), prospective NEDs, trustees and board advisers of all types to share, learn from, and help each other.
Human Resources (HR) Professionals
on linkedinPowered by HR Dive, this group is a community for anyone with a career in Human Resources across the world. This group is designed to discuss Talent Acquisition, Human Resources Management, Employee Development, Compensation and Benefits, Diversity and Inclusion, Compliance and Employee Branding.
on linkedinFounded in 2008, the Group today has 360,000+ member HR Professionals spread across different geographies, industries, human resource functions and experience levels. This is one of the Biggest Moderated LinkedIn Groups of H.R. Professionals growing at a healthy rate of 50+ new members a day. Entry restricted to HR Professionals only. Join to: Network | Build Contacts | Share Knowledge | Learn from each other's experiences
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