Fishroll

If you have any real interest in the world-of-work (and Human Resources), these are some of the more obscure blogs you should consider reading and subscribing to. Why? Mostly because I said so. But also because these HR bloggers are scary intelligent, thought leaders, and know how to captivate an audience. You’ll learn something from them…I promise.

And if I missed one, I’d love to add it. Just remind me to do so.

blogging4jobs.com Blogging4Jobs (Jessica Miller-Merrell)
rlsherman.wordpress.com Bus Stories (Richard Sherman)
chinagorman.com China Gorman (China Gorman)
creativechaosconsultant.blogspot… Creative Chaos Consultant (Victorio Milian)
frannyoxford.com/wordpress Do the Work (Franny Oxford)
sbrownehr.com Everyday People (Steve Browne)
evilskippyatwork.com Evil Skippy at Work (Jim’s Alter-ego)
fistfuloftalent.com Fistful of Talent (Consortium of Contributors)
hrbartender.com HR Bartender (Sharlyn Lauby)
hrringleader.com HR Ringleader (Trisha McFarlane)
hrschoolhouse.wordpress.com HR Schoolhouse (Robin Schooling)
hrsoot.com HR Soot (William Gould)
inflexionadvisors.com/blog InflexionAdvisors (Mark Stelzner)
monsterthinking.com Monster Thinking (Consortium)
noexcuseshr.blogspot.com NoExcusesHR (Jay Kuhns)
rehaul.com Rehaul (Lance Haun)
rethinkhr.org RethinkHR (Benjamin McCall)
lisarosendahl.com Simply Lisa (Lisa Rosendahl)
steveboese.squarespace.com Steve Boese’s HR Technology Journal (Steve Boese)
thecynicalgirl.com The Cynical Girl (Laurie Ruettimann)
thehumanracehorses.com The Human Racehorses (Mike VanDervort
timsackett.com The Tim Sackett Project (Tim Sackett)
tlnt.com TLNT, The Business of HR (Consortium)
upstarthr.com UpstartHR (Ben Eubanks)
welcometotheoccupation.com Welcome to the Occupation (Paul Smith)
womenofhr.com Women of HR (Consortium)
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