Top 20 UK HR Experts To Follow On Twitter 2012
In the world of HR it’s hard to know who to follow on Twitter all the time especially as the market grows and changes, a lot of people ask themselves who can I seek out as a source?
Here’s a guide to the top 20 UK HR tweeters whose information and opinions we think are valuable to SMEs and bigger companies too alike.
@hrlawonline. Keeping up with employment legislation is a must for any small business and the people at Fox Williams LLP can help you do that with their free knowledge portal. Follow their tweets to make sure you don’t miss out on any important changes to employment law.
@acasorguk. ACAS is a valuable source of practical information and advice on anything and everything to do with employment relations. Follow them for advice on everything from managing absence to disciplinary and grievance procedures.
@BusinessLinkGov. The Government’s online resource for businesses. Follow their Twitter feed to be the first to hear about business opportunities and networking events as well as helpful signposting to sources of support and advice for your business.
@ProfCaryCooper. Professor Cary Cooper is Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University – and one of the UK’s leading commentators on workplace issues. Follow his Twitter feed for his down-to-earth take on some of the latest political and HR issues.
@lyndagratton. Follow Lynda Gratton for information on HR strategy and the future of work. Lynda is a professor of management practice at London Business School and author of ‘The Shift’ – a recently published book on the future of work.
@garelaos. Gareth Jones describes himself as a UK HR, recruitment and marketing professional with an insane interest in people, technology and all things new. He’s the go-to-guy for anything to do with social media and HR so follow him for inspiration on how to make social media work in your business.
@neilmorrison An HR professional who provides a sideways look at the world of work, employment and in his words, “other related frippery”. Rare combination of useful and entertaining!
@CezanneOnDemand. Follow Cezanne OnDemand for HR news and tips for SMEs with a particular focus on how the latest HR software solutions and help you manage your people more efficiently and cost-effectively.
@gillhibberd Follow Gill for views on HR with a public sector slant. You’ll be in good company. Gill is the former President of the PPMA and ranked as one of the top 20 most influential HR practitioners in the UK.
@CIPD. A great resource for anyone who has to tackle the HR aspects of running a business. Follow them for regular signposting to the latest research as well as details of upcoming conferences and exhibitions.
@Changeboard. The must-visit location for any business who’s looking to recruit an HR person (or for an HR person who’s looking for a job). Follow them for links to lots of interesting articles on careers in HR, case studies and job opportunities.
@XpertHR The place to go for on-line “HR intelligence”. Great for keeping you up-to-date with legal issues and signposting to good practice info and benchmarking data.
@RapidBI The Twitter handle for OD professional Mike Morrison. Follow him for links to useful checklists and resources as well as views on leadership and change.
@HRSpace Your chance to tap into Personnel Today’s social network site for HR people. Be the first to hear the breaking news and info about events and get involved in a vibrant HR community.
@personneltoday. The most news-focused of the HR magazines. Follow them on Twitter to make sure you’re the first to be in-the-know with the HR news.
@hrzone. Great for signposting you to lots of time-saving HR how-to’s and top tips on the realities of managing HR on the front line.
@employee benefits. The Twitter handle for the magazine of the same name. Follow them for the latest news and advice on issues ranging from pay and incentives to benefits and pensions.
@peoplemgt. The official magazine of the CIPD. Follow them for breaking news and legal updates, plus get access to some detailed case studies and interviews with the good and great of the HR world.
@hrmagazine. The place to go to get alerted to interviews with leading HR practitioners, best practice advice and the latest thinking. They’ve recently introduced webcasts on HR-related topics too.
@CMI_managers. The Twitter handle for the Chartered Institute of Management. Great for keeping up with the latest management news, research, trends and leading edge thinking.
To help you find our top 20 HR tweeters there is a public list on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/CezanneOnDemand/top-uk-hr-tweeters
Is there anyone we’ve missed out. Let us know which UK HR tweeters you find most useful and entertaining.