The 30 Most Influential People To Follow In The #hrtech World
Subscribing to too many sources trying to catch the most accurate, useful content out there?
Actually there are people already doing that for you. They are the influencers and thought leaders in the industry. They’re experienced in processing a bunch of info and highlighting the best. And… they tweet about it.
We’ve kept an eye on them for a while, especially those having as many high-quality, insightful tweets as the number of their followers.
Now we give them to you. Here are our top 30 most prominent thought leaders in HR tech and recruitment industry (in no specific order).
HR Professionals & Recruiters
1 — Laszlo Bock @LaszloBock2718
The Senior VP of People Operations at Google. He’s passionate about making work suck less through applied science and doing right by people.
2 — Matt Buckland @ElSatanico
3 — Suzanne Lucas @RealEvilHRLady
You may know her as the “Evil HR Lady.” Though, her mission is virtuous: To answer questions to demystify your HR department. She had a nice chat with us about the future of HR technology and the chance of an HR robot invasion.
4 — Tim Sackett @TimSackett
5 — Steve Levy @LevyRecruits
The Director of Global Sourcing at Indeed. You can ask him for opportunities to work there. Besides, he knows that purple squirrels don’t eat brown and green nuts.
6 — Katharine Robinson @TheSourceress
7 — Robin Schooling @RobinSchooling
The HR executive and strategist who makes organizations better by making HR better. She’s also an Advisory Board Member for Blackdoor HR.
8 — Kris Dunn @kris_dunn
HR Writers & Entrepreneurs
9 – Sam Altman @sama
10 – John Zappe @FordyceLetter
The editor of The Fordyce Letter. His insightful articles come from a decade writing about recruiting and employment, and two decades working in the industry.
11 – Jackye Clayton @jackyeclayton
The editor of RecruitingTools.com. The Duchess of the recruit-osphere and HR. Jackye helps recover so many recruiters that we loose counts.
12 – Matt Charney @mattcharney
The executive editor of RecruitingBlogs.com. A true HR and recruiting nerd. His words are sharp, and snarky.
13 – Bill Kutik @billkutik
14 – Jeremy Roberts @imJeremyR
15 – Andy Headworth @andyheadworth
The founder and author of Sirona Consulting. He is an expert in social media recruitment.
16 – Craig Fisher @Fishdogs
17 – Peter Kazanjy @Kazanjy
The founder and CEO of TalentBin (which was acquired by Monster).
18 – Meghan M. Biro @MeghanMBiro
19 – Kevin W. Grossman @KevinWGrossman
20 – Steve Boese @SteveBoese
21 – John Sumser @JohnSumser
22 – Kathryn Minshew @kmin
23 – Mervyn Dinnen @MervynDinnen
He’s both a talent acquisition analyst and an award-winning recruitment blogger. His writing focuses on social recruiting, talent engaging, and the future of recruitment.
24 – Greg Savage @greg_savage
25 – Jennifer McClure @JenniferMcClure
The Chief Excitement Officer at DisruptHR. Jennifer is well-known for her engaging insights into HR. She appears regularly on leading HR blogs.
26 – Trish McFarlane @TrishMcFarlane
27 – China Gorman @ChinaGorman
28 – Sharlyn Lauby @sharlyn_lauby
29 – Laurie Ruettimann @lruettimann
30 – Jörgen Sundberg @jorgensundberg
There you have 'em all!
Of course there are more brilliant folks out there that we’re missing. Hopefully this list gives you a good start.
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This article originally appeared on Recruitee Blog
Hagi Trinh is an avid recruitment writer at Recruitee. The team is working on the greatest hiring platform of all time. You can sign up at recruitee.com to try it out, follow us on Twitter @recruiteeHR, and subscribe to our bimonthly roundup of best #HRtech stories: eepurl.com/bMHiZD