What are HR communities?
HR communities are online groups for human resources professionals. Join an online community of your peers to discuss topics such as hiring, company culture, and people analytics.
About Communities Tagged with "Forum"
These communities have a forum format, where typically any user can make a post, comment on a post, and upvote/downvote.
HR.comBrowse our forums for all of your HR needs.
on linkedinLinked: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.
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
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.
HR Jobs and Ideas
on linkedin"HR Jobs and Ideas" - Human Resources, talent management, hiring tech, networking group - aims to provide you with the latest information concerning HR Jobs Ideas and Technology.
Global Jobs Network
on linkedinGlobal Jobs Network is for Candidates, Job Seekers, Recruiters, HR Professionals, Recruitment firms and Organizations looking to hire across the Globe.
Society for Human Resource ManagementSHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally.
on slackWe are a community of tech career-advancers and job-seekers. We share share resources, opportunities, events, training for free to help women and underrepresented people land access to more valuable jobs in tech.
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.
Future of Work
on guildIn the last few years the world of work has changed dramatically, with digital adoption, offices becoming more fluid and workforces expanding internationally. In this group we share visions and discuss different viewpoints on how we can foster a more equitable sustainable future for everyone at work.
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.
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.
The Bramble CommunityThis is a place for people who want events done differently. We're bringing together people from all over the world to share knowledge about virtual gatherings + beyond.
Corporate RebelsBack in January 2016, we (Joost & Pim) quit our corporate jobs. Like most people, we worked in outdated workplaces characterized by inertia, bureaucracy and a lack of motivation. We simply couldn’t accept that the world of work – for far too many – is a place full of misery and despair. In order to fight those dreadful workplaces, we started this blog – Corporate Rebels.ForumNewsletterCourses