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4 Great Australian HR blogs to follow

No matter the industry you’re in, the internet can provide a wealth of information to help you and your organisation perform better. There are accessible and casual blogs, straight news reporting, comprehensively researched reports and whitepapers and everything in between – in fact, the biggest issue is filtering out the most newsworthy and helpful sites from the rest.

HR is a well-covered topic online, and there are thousands of outlets offering advice and studies to help businesses improve their hiring and talent management strategies. As those who work in the field know well, however, spending hours sifting through dozens of sites isn’t an efficient use of time.

To save you the job, we’ve done much of the work for you, and compiled a list of four HR blogs that are worth subscribing to or visiting regularly.

Finding relevant information on the internet isn't always easy.

Finding relevant information on the internet isn’t always easy.

1. Human Resources Media Online from AHRI

For some of the best HR writing and discussion in the local market, the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) blog HRM Online covers a broad range of relevant topics. Featuring expert opinion on all aspects of HR strategy, it’s a terrific resource to find answers to some of your most pressing queries, learn about new techniques for managing your workers or simply see what’s being discussed in the industry.

2. Watts Next

For a slightly more casual approach towards HR content, the team at the Watts Next blog filter their writing through an occasionally quirky sense of humour, creating an intimate style that’s very effective. That’s not to suggest the writing isn’t insightful and relevant, it’s simply crafted in a more approachable fashion. Their articles explore trends in the industry, technology, the mobile workforce – all of the important issues facing HR teams today.

3. The Savage Truth

The founder of a number of leading recruitment companies in Australia, Greg Savage has a vast backlog of experience behind everything he writes. Since 2009, his cleverly titled blog The Savage Truth has been a terrific source of industry observation, insight and advice, and Savage’s no-nonsense writing style gets to the heart of whatever matter he is discussing every time.

What are the most useful online resources for HR teams?
What are the most useful online resources for HR teams?

4. HC Online

The home of Human Capital Magazine on the web, HC Online is one of Australia’s premiere sources of news about the HR sector. While much of their content is straightforward reporting of events and topical information, their blog section features highly valuable writing from a number of contributors. For the most up-to-date news relating to HR in Australia and articles from some of the nation’s key experts, look no further than HC Online.

While there are dozens of other Australian HR blogs out there, the four listed above should cover the majority of the industry’s most contemporary and frequently discussed subject matter. If your limited time only allows for a quick scan of a few key websites each day, checking out the sites on this list will be an efficient way to stay abreast of what’s happening in HR.

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    7:53 AM, 1 February 2018

    Such a great post thanks for sharing with us keep posting.

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