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Not so long ago, emergence of personal computers has made new demands to professional skills of workers, and those who hasn’t mastered new equipment, has been literally swept away from the market of jobs. We have already forgotten it, but everything was quite so.

The similar tendency is now observed. The world enters a new digital era and we are on a threshold of the fourth industrial revolution.

Modern technologies radically change the way we do business, and again make new demands, now not only to knowledge and skills, but also to the ways of thinking in constantly changing environment.

New technologies change behavior of employees: how they think as they work, what does motivate them and by what values they profess.

At the same time, not only new technologies change behavior of employees, but also they change ways of their working behavior.

Huge forces radically change internal processes in the organizations and a working environment what we know it.

The increasing influence of globalization and need of continuous manifestation of flexibility in the permanent turbulence will lead to the fact that the future of work will have a little in common with what we have today.

Social networks, mobile applications and cloud computing become a global tendency and the keynote for the development of modern HR technologies.

HCM systems supporting employees on the lifecycle in the organization from graduate recruitment to retirement, analytical modules based on Big Data, advanced recruiting tools with technologies of logical and semantic search, and so on so forth.

The sphere of human resource management became more innovative than ever before, and all attentively observe what else new solutions vendors will present.

Everything occurs extremely promptly, and people in HR aren’t always in time behind emergence of new functionality and business priorities.

At the same time the gap between tendencies in development of HR technologies and actual competences of HR managers is observed!

In the nearest future we should seize more complex and integrated HCM systems, embrace mobile technologies as a platform, master social recruitment and digital marketing, study statistics and analytics, gain more profound scientific knowledge about behavior of a human being.

We are on the threshold of important changes. HR managers are expected not only to master and adjust their skills, but also pro-actively develop a new organizational culture.

The world changes promptly, but not evenly and if someone doesn’t notice these changes, then it doesn’t mean that they don’t happen.

To stay on demand and be successful in the modern world it is necessary to follow in the waterway of mega-tendencies.

In other words, to remain on the place it is necessary to run. If to run long, then by all means you will get to other place. The main thing is to choose the right direction.

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50+ Online Sources for HR Managers

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Inspired by recent HR and HR Tech related selections from William Tincup and Tim Sackett as well as those previously done by Sabrina Son from TINYpulse and Hagi Trinh from Recruitee, The HR Tech Weekly® generated its’ own list of online sources for HR Managers.

It has taken us just several minutes to write it down and therefore we consider it as our primary reading list. There are different types of web-based sources in here excluding just Social Media accounts, which in itself are the powerful media tool.

The list is not exhaustive for sure. It can easily be expanded up to 100 or 200 and still would not be complete as there are thousands of them, really. Numbering is not related to any ranking and done in an alphabetical order.

It should be treated as a good start for someone’s journey to the fascinating world of Human Resources, HR Technologies, Recruitment and People Development, and be helpful not only for dummies but also for ‘advanced users’ to keep their bookmarks in order.

Also we consider important to note that this is our proprietary choice, and here we go:

  1. 42 Hire:
  2. BambooHR Blog:
  3. Bersin by Deloitte:
  4. Boolean Black Belt:
  5. Boolean Strings:
  6. Bounty Jobs Blog:
  7. CIPD | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development:
  8. Crelate Blog:
  9. DDI® | Development Dimensions International:
  10. Elucidat Blog:
  11. Entelo Blog:
  12. Fistful of Talent:
  13. Glassdoor for Employers:
  14. Google re:Work:
  15. HireVue Blog:
  16. HR Bartender:
  17. HRD | The HR Director:
  18. HR Grapevine:
  19. HR Magazine:
  20. HR Morning:
  21. HRN Blog:
  22. HR Open Source:
  23. HR Tech Fest:
  24. HR Technology® Conference & Exposition:
  25. HR Tech World Congress:
  26. HR Trend Institute:
  27. HR Zone:
  28. Human Resource Executive Online®:
  29. Jibe Blog:
  30. People Matters:
  31. Recruitee Blog:
  32. Recruiting Blogs:
  33. RecruitLoop Blog:
  34. SHRM® | Society for Human Resource Management:
  35. Skeeled Blog:
  36. Social-Hire:
  37. Social Talent Blog:
  38. Sourcing Wizard:
  39. Steve Boese’s HR Technology:
  40. Talent Board:
  41. Talent Culture:
  42. The HRIS World:
  43. The Human Resources Social Network:
  44. The Savage Truth:
  45. The Tim Sackett Project:
  46. TINYpulse Blog:
  47. TLNT | Talent Management and HR:
  48. Xenium Blog:
  49. #HRTechTank:
  50. #HRU | HR Unconferences:

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Top 10 Articles of 2015 in HR Tech, Recruitment, Startups and Around

Written by Alexey Mitkin, exclusively for The HR Tech Weekly blog.


There is no other best time to present somebody’s top 10 (15 or even 20) chart of something than the end of the year. The HR Tech Weekly, at your service, is following this good tradition, and compile it’s own Top 10 Articles of 2015 in HR Tech, Recruitment, Startups and Around. 

We did not use any other metrics to include the article in the list than it made the difference for us at any reason within the year.

There is a great number of the bright posts from other tremendous authors, blogs and digital sources at any scale beyond the entire chart but worthy to be named among the best content of the year for sure.

This is our proprietary choice, and here we go!

1. Costas Markides: the New Future through the Digital Revolution

Written by Saida Ayupova, being Content Manager at HRN Europe | Originally published in the HR Tech World Blog

2. It’s Time to Move Past Talent Management to a People-Focused HR Strategy

Written by Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder of Bersin by Deloitte | Originally published in the Human Resources Executive Online

3. The Secret to Recruitment Success – Seriously

Written by Greg Savage, Principal at Greg Savage-The Savage Truth | Originally published in The Savage Truth Blog

4. How CloudLock Built Its Employer Brand: 5 Steps You Can Follow

Written by Ed Nathanson, Founder of Red Pill Talent | Originally published in LinkedIn Talent Blog

5. Stephen Hawking Says We Should Really Be Scared Of Capitalism, Not Robots

Written by Alexander C. Kaufman, Business Editor at The Huffington Post | Originally published in The Huffington Post

6. What Does Social Entrepreneurship Mean to Actor Adrian Grenier?

Written by John Kell, Reporter at Fortune Magazine | Originally published in Fortune

7. HR Tech 2015: Now Everybody Wants To Be The “Uber Of Recruitment”

Written by Tim Sackett, President at HRU Technical Resources | Originally published in ERE Media TLNT | Talent Management and HR

8. Take This Template And Shove It: How We See Managing Millennials

Written by Mark V. Herd, CEO at Oracle | Originally published in LinkedIn Pulse

9. Startups – The End or Beginning of a Great Story?

Written by Avisha Verma, Content Associate at People Matters | Originally published in People Matters

10. Recruitment Predictions for 2016: HR Technology

Written by the Team | Originally published in the Blog

Featured Article: SnapRecruit: New Recruitment Workflow App for Startups & Small Businesses

Written by the SnapRecruit Team | Originally published in Wizoid

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