Top 5 HR Groups in Facebook

By Jiah Abbas
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We love all-things HR, which is why we love to read as much good content about HR as we can find in the vast internet. With HR careers projected to grow by 9% and all the that competition to stay ahead and advancing your HR career is vital. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below is our list of our Top 5 HR Blogs on Facebook.
Use Facebook to get to know people in the HR space in your geographical location and also gain access to help articles, infographics and ideas

Why You Should Follow:
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the largest HR career advancement group in the world. Their mission is to advance the HR profession through professional recognition, thought leadership and networking opportunities. By liking this page, you’re gaining access to the collective knowledge of over 198,429 peers along with tips, articles, and news about conferences and events. Their social media team also has weekly chats on Twitter (on Wednesdays) called #NextChat where you can tap into even more social goodness.


Why You Should Follow:
The HR Certification Institute (HRCI) covers 100+ countries and connects over 140,000 HR professionals. By liking their page, you’re becoming a part of that massive network. They frequently post videos and articles that involve new research, current trends and opinions from thought leaders in the HR space. You can even take it a step further by enrolling in one of the e-learning programs. They frequently send out opportunities to get additional HRCI credits to continually expand your education.

3- Human Capital Institute
Why You Should Follow:
The Human Capital Institute’s mission is to provide HR leaders with in-depth insights, research and analysis. They frequently update their feed with top talent stories from around the web and their own original content. They’re committed to defining and advancing strategic talent management.

4- Human Resources Management
Why You Should Follow:
Human Resources Management boasts being the largest platform for HR professionals in the world. Their feed contains HR management ideas, motivational posters, flowcharts, business writings and much more. For those days when your office really needs a pick-me-up, the Human Resources Management page has you covered.

5- HR Bartender
Why You Should Follow:
Named one of the top 50 HR blogs to follow, HR Bartender’s feed is full of useful information. According to their page, their goal is to “make your work life as smooth as a vodka martini.” Their topics cover everything from how to manage nursing professionals to career portfolios and everything in between to advance your HR career. Sharlyn Lauby, published author and popular HR speaker, tackles everything from management scenarios to compliance confusion in daily and weekly posts.

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