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Recruitment & HR Bloggers you Should Follow in 2017

 

In 2017, the recruitment & HR industry is more digital savvy than ever before. In addition to online job boards, candidates are increasingly turning to social media to seek out new job opportunities. Recruiters that ignore this avenue could be missing out on a lot of talent, however it's understandable why many do...

Dipping your toe into the realm of social media recruitment can be daunting if your skills and experience are lacking. Whether you're a tech-savvy millennial just starting out in the industry or a seasoned recruiter, it's important that you stay up to date with the latest social media trends. This will help you to capitalise on any prospects within your network and avoid any embarrassing faux pas!

If you want to learn about best practices, social recruitment strategy and industry-specific developments, it's well worth bookmarking a few recruitment blogs on your browser. You'll find a slew of recruitment professionals out there sharing views, ideas, strategies and much more. But, with so many to choose from, which ones are worth your time?

To help make your search a little easier, we've compiled a list of 21 influential recruitment bloggers that we believe offer the very best in news, insight and informative content. Whether you're general or niche, agency or in-house, we're confident you'll find your go-to recruitment blogger somewhere on our list!

Are you sitting comfortably? Then let us begin

 

 

List of bloggers:

 

  • Matt Charney (Snark Attack)
  • Kris Dunn (HR Capitalist)
  • Louise Triance (UK Recruiter)
  • Sharlyn Laurby (HR Bartender)
  • Shaun Windram (Recruitment Guy)
  • Katrina Collier (The Searchologist)
  • Mark Bregman (Headhunter's Secret Guide)
  • Jessica Miller-Merrel (Blogging4Jobs)
  • Glen Cathey (Boolean Black Belt)
  • Jennifer Kim (LinkedIn Talent Blog)
  • Joe Burridge (Joe Blogs)
  • Laurie Ruettimann (Laurie Ruettimann)
  • Steve Goldberg (Media Recruiting Group Blog)
  • Lisa Jones (Barclay Jones)
  • Greg Savage (The Savage Truth)
  • Andy Headworth (Sirona Says Blog)
  • Mark Pearce (Strategic Recruitment Blog)
  • Neil Morrison (Change-effect)
  • Gemma Dale (People Stuff)
  • Jonathan Fagan (Legal Recruitment)
  • Bob Mc Hugh (Bullhorn) 

 

 

Shaun Windram (Recruitment Guy) 

https://shaunwindram.wordpress.com/

Who is the author?
Shaun has extensive IT consultancy experience, having progressed from Senior Consultant to Associate Director at Right People - a well-established agency based in Aberdeen. He is passionate about helping companies recruit the best possible talent and supporting promising professionals in finding the opportunities that will take their careers to the next level.

His blog in a nutshell:
Shaun offers a fresh perspective on a variety of topics with posts that are sure to inform and entertain recruiters and candidates alike. Whether he's blogging about the art of CV writing, the importance of clarity and honesty in the interview room, or reporting on recruiting conferences, Shaun's posts usually make for an interesting read. 
Why should I follow him?

The Recruitment Guy blog is filled with irreverent insights and wisdom from an experienced IT recruiter. Shaun is a busy professional and only updates his blog periodically, but when he does, you can be sure that he has something new and thought-provoking to say! 

Recommended Reading: How to Make an Impression with Your Personal Profile

Social Media:
Twitter: twitter.com/ShaunWindram
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaunwindram

 

 

Jonathan Fagan  - Legal Recruitment

http://legalrecruitment.blogspot.co.uk/

Who is the author?
Jonathan is the MD of Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment - a UK-based consultancy serving solicitors and recruiting for permanent and temporary roles within the legal sector. The company famously donates 10% of its profits to charity. Jonathan has also taught legal CV writing and interview practices to postgraduate law students at Huddersfield University.

His blog in a nutshell: 
The award-winning Legal Recruitment blog is the only one on our list to focus almost exclusively on the legal industry. Jonathan is passionate about both the legal and charitable sectors and has invested a lot of time and effort into his blog, which has been regularly updated over the last 10 years. You'll find a wealth of resources here, with posts on everything from legal CV writing to reference checks and how to avoid recruiting bad candidates! 

Why follow him?
Jonathan is honest to a fault and brings his readers a rare glimpse into the many challenges faced by legal recruiters. He also offers free careers advice for new and aspiring legal professionals, with wisdom attained from outside of the confines of the lecture hall! 

Recommended Reading: Brexit and the effect on legal recruitment in the UK

Social Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonathanfagan
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jbfagan/

 

 

Jennifer Kim - LinkedIn Talent Blog

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jsnkim/recent-activity/posts/
Inside Lever: https://inside.lever.co/

Who is the author?
Jennifer is Head of Employee Experience & Development at recruitment software company Lever and a regular contributor to their blog, in addition to LinkedIn's Talent Blog.

She is passionate about a number of work and recruitment-related issues, including the future of work, organisational behavior and design, equality and diversity in technology, and leadership development.

Her blog in a nutshell:
Jennifer is committed to sourcing the best candidates and optimising workplace experience, and shares the challenges she encounters with her readers.

Her blogs touch on a variety of topics including selecting the best candidates for roles, hiring, recruitment analytics, workplace culture and book recommendations for professional development.

Why follow her?
Jennifer's blogs are packed with humour, insight and practical advice, making them valuable resources for any modern recruiting professional.

Recommended Reading: Recruiting Analytics Made Simple: 5 Useful Reports You Should Pull From Your ATS Right Now

Social Media: 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jsnkim/
Twitter: twitter.com/jenistyping

 

 

Mark Pearce - Strategic Recruitment Blog

https://www.markpearce.net

Who is the author? 
Originally hailing from the UK, Mark is a seasoned recruiting professional who now works in Perth, Australia, as Client Relationship Manager for Fircroft. He has recruited extensively for companies in the oil and gas, infrastructure, mining and engineering sectors, specialising in candidate attraction, gathering market intelligence and reducing end-to-end recruitment costs. 

His blog in a nutshell:
Mark's blog covers a plethora of recruiting and employment topics, including best recruitment practices, interview techniques and emerging trends in the employment market. This makes it a must-read for recruiters and candidates alike.

Why follow him? 
Navigating the fast-paced world of recruitment can be daunting, but Mark provides recruiters and candidates with the tools and knowledge they need to find their way. Thanks to his straightforward advice, eye-catching infographics, helpful videos and knowing humour, Mark has won a strong following in the recruiting blogosphere and continues to thrive in 2017.

Recommended Reading: How your job adverts turn off candidates

Social Media
Twitter: twitter.com/mpearce_perth
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markpearcerecruitment

 

 

Andy Headworth  - Sirona Says Blog

http://sironaconsulting.com/blog

Who is the author?
Andy Headworth is the Managing Director at Sirona Consulting and a prolific recruitment blogger, keynote speaker and author to boot! His areas of expertise include business analysis, recruitment strategy, talent expertise, social media recruitment, HR, project management and candidate experience. 

His blog in a nutshell:
The Sirona Says Blog brings together high quality content covering a range of digital recruiting topics - including social media best practice, innovative approaches to candidate attraction, industry trends and niche recruiting to name just a few.

Why follow him?
Andy's posts offer up the perfect blend of industry knowledge, recruiting strategy and humour, making his blog a worthwhile follow for any industry professional, particularly those moving in digital circles.

Recommended Reading: How To Set Up Recruitment Content Marketing For Free

Social Media
Twitter: twitter.com/andyheadworth
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andyheadworth

 

 

Mark Bregman  - Headhunter's Secret Guide

http://www.bobsearch.com/blog

Who is the author?
Mark is a trusted hiring and headhunting expert, having written extensively on these subjects and spoken at various colleges and business groups. He is the author of Boyle Ogata Bregman's blog, entitled 'Headhunter's Secret Guide' and has also applied the performance-based search system to hire candidates within numerous industries including technology, software and manufacturing.

His blog in a nutshell? In 'Headhunter's Secret Guide', executive search specialist Mark Bregman writes on a wide range of recruiting and headhunting issues, including executive retention, job hunting and senior-level recruitment.

Why follow his blog?
Mark is a veteran headhunter with specialist knowledge in recruiting, technology, talent management and acquisition, and many other disciplines. This blog is an essential read for anyone involved with in-house recruitment, though there's also plenty of relevant material for those in the wider recruitment industry.

Recommended Reading: Top 10 Reasons an "A" Player Will Work for You 

Social Media
Twitter: twitter.com/mark_at_BOB
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markbregman

 

 

Joe Burridge

https://joeburridge.com

Who is the author? 
Joe is a Senior Recruiter at sports performance analysis company Hudl, creator of Joe Blogs and a regular contributor to the LinkedIn Talent blog. He has established himself as an expert in a number of topics including technology, hiring and recruiting, interview practices and CV writing. Joe also recently spoke at Premier Talks.

His blog in a nutshell: 
Joe offers his readers fresh insight into the worlds of recruiting and job hunting. The main focus is on the tech industry, though the wisdom found in many of his blog posts is universal. Topics covered include creating perfect professional social media profiles, lessons learned in recruitment and how to pass an interview with a recruiter! 

Why follow him?
Joe's sardonic wit, straightforward approach and in-depth tech recruiting knowledge make this blog an engaging read for any recruiter or jobseeker. 

Recommended Reading: Tips For Your Professional Twitter Account

Social Media:
Twitter:  twitter.com/JoeFindsTalent
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joeburridge/

 

 

Gemma Dale - People Stuff

https://hrgemblog.com/

Who is the author?
Gemma Dale is a trusted HR, communications and social media professional, blogger, speaker and freelance writer.
 
Her blog in a nutshell:
Gemma blogs on a variety of workplace and recruitment topics including corporate culture, employee engagement and relations, hiring practices and employment law. Other posts share her digital and social media expertise.

The #SocialLeaders series features profiles of leading social media experts and is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to get better acquainted with the latest social media trends and practices.

Why should I follow her?
Whether she's blogging about workplace issues, emerging employment trends or lighter topics, Gemma's posts are always full of insight and inspiring ideas. She has a rare talent for examining the human side of recruitment and business relationships, and is passionate about improving the world of work. 

Recommended reading: Competency interviewing. Just say no.

Social Media:
Twitter: twitter.com/HR_Gem
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gemma-dale/

 

 

Steve Goldberg - Media Recruiting Group Blog

http://www.mediarecruiting.com/blog

Who is the Author? 
Steve Goldberg is the owner and Executive Vice-president of Media Recruiting Group, an established recruitment firm specialising in placing candidates at all levels within the media industry. His clients include digital publishers, advertising networks, media buying platforms and rich media companies.

Steve also served as an Adjunct Professor at NYU Polytech, where he taught a summer class on Management Science.

His blog in a nutshell:
In the 'Media Recruiting Group Blog', Steve writes intelligent and thoughtful posts on a variety of key digital, media, sales, career development, hiring and recruitment topics. He has lots of niche experience from working in the media recruitment sector and serves up wisdom that will benefit recruiting professionals at all levels!

Why follow him?Steve has more than 20 years' media recruitment experience and is one of the leaders in his field. If you're recruiting specifically in this area, this blog is a must-follow, however those in the wider recruiting profession are sure to find many valuable resources here too!

Recommended Reading: Hiring your First Digital Salesperson

Social Media:
Twitter: twitter.com/Media_Recruiter
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevegoldberg3

 

 

Bob McHugh - Bullhorn

http://www.bullhorn.com/uk/blog/author/bobmchugh/

Who is the author?
Bob McHugh is the Content Marketing and Social Media Strategist at Bullhorn - a software developer providing cloud-based CRM solutions to meet the needs of relationship-driven businesses.

He has a strong background in writing and digital marketing and a superb knowledge of the current recruitment market and its emerging trends.

His blog in a nutshell:
Bob is a regular contributor to Bullhorn's blog and his posts often touch on recruitment topics such as creating a positive candidate experience, recruiting passive candidates and the future of recruiting in an AI-driven digital marketplace. 

Why follow him?
Although this blog is used to market Bullhorn's product line, there are also plenty of helpful resources for professionals who want to learn about social media recruitment or better organise their recruiting processes. Thanks to his experience in digital marketing and recruitment software, Bob is able to identify the pain points affecting recruiters and candidates and provide practical, time-saving solutions.

Recommended reading: How to build candidate engagement into your recruitment agency's DNA

Social Media:
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/robertjmchugh

 

 

Lisa Jones - Barclay Jones

http://www.barclayjones.com/blog/authors/lisa-jones/

Who is the author?
Lisa is an experienced recruitment, IT and digital marketing professional, the founder and director of Barclay Jones, and was named 2016's 'Agency Influencer' of the year by UK Recruiter.

Her blog in a nutshell:Lisa's blog is a humorous, colourful, insightful survival guide for anyone in the recruitment business! She delivers a fresh perspective on all manner of recruitment challenges, from candidate attraction to leadership, choosing the right tech for your business, content marketing, how to deliver the best return on investment and much more besides!

Why follow her?With a strong focus on the digital side of things, Lisa cuts through the jargon to bring you practical advice to help you create a winning recruitment strategy. She keeps you in the picture about the emerging industry trends that matter...and those that only hinder your progress!

Recommended Reading: How to attract IT Talent without being talented in IT

Social Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lisamarijones
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisamarijones

 

 

Neil Morrison - Change-effect

https://change-effect.com

Who is the Author?
Neil is Director of Strategy, Culture and Innovation at Penguin Random House UK and an accomplished HR professional with experience in a range of disciplines, including organisational development, talent management, strategic resources and employee relations.

He is also an advisory panel member for the Good Recruitment campaign - an initiative designed to help organisations optimise their recruitment strategies and attract the best candidates.

His blog in a nutshell: 
Neil's blog, Change-effect, examines working, hiring and recruiting practices and considers how they could be optimised to benefit employees and employers alike.

Many posts also touch on recruitment practices, making this blog a worthwhile read for recruiting professionals who want to get the bigger picture.

Why follow him?
Neil is passionate about workplace issues and helping businesses create a positive culture. His experience, wisdom and warm humour shine throughout the blog and he offers a fresh, nuanced perspective on many HR and recruiting issues.

Recommended Reading: 5 interview questions that you're asking (but probably shouldn't)

Social Media
Twitter: https://twitter.com/neilmorrison
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/morrisonneil/

 

 

Glen Cathey - Boolean Black Belt-Sourcing/Recruiter

www.booleanblackbelt.com

Who is the author?
Glen is a leading expert in recruiting and Boolean search (a search technique that allows users to combine keywords with operators such as 'AND', 'NOT' and 'OR' to yield more relevant results).

When starting out as a technical recruiter in the late 90's, Glen learned to source better matched candidates for his clients using the Boolean search technique and has since become a leader in this discipline. 

His blog in a nutshell:
Glen's blog provides a slew of helpful resources for anyone interested in social media recruitment, best social practices, interpreting analytics and recruiting strategy.

Though his posts can sometimes get a little technical, it's well worth persevering, as his teachings could save you valuable hours and help you to source the best candidates too! 

Why should I follow his blog?
Glen has an in-depth knowledge of all aspects of technical recruiting. His blog offers a wealth of free resources, including how-to guides, videos and time-saving search techniques. If you're in the technical recruiting industry, this is a blog you should have bookmarked!

Social Media: 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/glencathey
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/glenob1
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glencathey

 

 

Jessica Miller-Merrel - Blogging4Jobs

workology.com

Who is the author?
Jessica is Vice President of Talent Strategies at Advanced Group and the founder of the popular Workology blog, which she has run since 2005.

She was named a Top 50 Social Media Power User by Forbes and is a highly respected writer and speaker, specialising in subjects such as HR, recruitment, employment branding and content marketing.

Her blog in a nutshell?
The Workology blog covers a swathe of recruiting, HR and human capital topics such as working conditions, employee retention, social recruiting, candidate attraction and much more. Jessica regularly contributes to the blog and is supported by quality posts from a team of industry experts.

Why should I follow her blog:Workology is a vast resource for any HR or recruiting professional and few professionals have made as large a contribution to these industries' online communities as Jessica.

The posts tackle current HR/recruitment issues head on, with a push for positive change. Jessica created the blog as an 'uncomfortable yet necessary' place for its readers, enabling them to push themselves to be better everyday.

Recommended Reading: How to Use a Google X-Ray Search to Find Hidden Candidates

Social Media 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jmillermerrell
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jmillermerrell/

 

 

Greg Savage - The Savage Truth 

http://gregsavage.com.au

Who is the author?
Greg Savage is a veteran of the recruitment sector, having owned and managed staffing businesses around the world. Performance coach Ross Clennett named Greg as the most influential person in the recruitment industry in the last 60 years, (source) and he was also named the most influential Australian business person on Twitter by Brand Data (source).

His blog in a nutshell: 
Greg draws on a lifetime of recruiting experience to bring his readers practical advice on everything from starting out as a recruiter, to building a successful online brand and candidate strategy. On occasion, he also takes a sideways glance at the lighter side of the industry!

Why follow him?Greg's far-reaching recruiting experience allows him to equip his followers with the tools and strategies they need to get ahead - and warn them about the pitfalls to avoid! With more than 35 years' industry experience and five successful businesses on his portfolio, Greg has few equals in his field, which is why recruiting professionals at all levels should pay attention to what he has to say. 

Recommended Reading: 12 Crucial Recruiter Tips (In 10 Words or Less)

Social Media:
Twitter: www.twitter.com/greg_savage 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregpsavage

 

 

Katrina Collier - The Searchologist

http://www.thesearchologist.com

Who is the author?
Katrina is a renowned expert on social media recruiting (having trained HR and Recruitment professionals at all levels around the world), an acclaimed blogger and keynote speaker.

Recruiting trends and practices are constantly changing, but Katrina has more than 10 years' experience in full-cycle and social recruiting, and is experienced in helping recruiters discover the latest search techniques to attract the best candidates. 

Her blog in a nutshell:
The Searchologist blog provides expert advice on a wide range of recruitment issues, from the recent changes to LinkedIn to optimising candidate response rates, recruitment strategy and even recruiting through Instagram! 

Why Follow Her? 
Katrina is a seasoned social recruitment professional and has up-to-the-minute knowledge of the latest social media developments and trends, so whether you're already digital-savvy or relatively new to the game, her blog is well worth following.

Recommended Reading: Your Easiest Talent Attraction Tool: Employee Engagement

Social Media: 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katrinacollier
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KatrinaMCollier
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0SghvTPgCSqi0noNFUVYA

 

 

Laurie Ruettimann

http://laurieruettimann.com/

Who is the author? 
Laurie Ruettimann is a former HR leader, speaker, writer and entrepreneur. She is an active blogger and the creator of The Cynical Girl and Punk Rock HR (no longer active). Laurie also sits on the advisory boards of numerous firms, providing support with learning analytics, employee engagement and big data.

Her blog in a nutshell:
Laurie's blog is a treasure trove of insight and resources for anyone interested in HR, workplace culture and career development, although it's also a worthwhile read for any recruitment professional, as many of her posts cross into the industry. There's also the occasional post focusing on wellness, health and lifestyle and how to achieve a good work/life balance.

Why Follow Her? 
Laurie is recognised as one of the top five career advisors by both CareerBuilder and CNN. Her blog is a great read for recruiters who want to put themselves into the shoes of candidates and employers, and understand the common issues they face. 

Recommended Reading: Introducing the Recruiter Accountability Spectrum 

Social Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lruettimann
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurieruettimann

 

 

Sharlyn Lauby  - HR Bartender

https://www.hrbartender.com

Who is the author? 
Sharlyn Lauby is the president of ITM Group Inc. - a training and human resources consulting firm based in South Florida and author of the widely-read HR Bartender blog. Her areas of expertise include organisational development, workforce training, employee relations and job design.

Her blog in a nutshell:
Although the core focus of Sharlyn's blog is HR, many of her posts cross into the realm of recruitment, approaching the topic from an internal perspective. The posts are always friendly, sometimes lighthearted, always informative and discussion is encouraged. 

Why follow her?
Recruitment and HR professionals alike will find plenty of useful resources here.

Sharlyn is a true expert in her field and the recruitment focused articles are thoroughly researched and packed with industry knowledge and wisdom. She considers the perspective of both employers and candidates, offering valuable insight to recruiters that are keen to expand their knowledge.

Recommended Reading: Offered Same Job by Two Different Recruiters - Ask #HR Bartender

Social Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sharlyn_lauby
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharlynlauby/

 

 

Louise Triance  - UK Recruiter

https://ukrecruiter.co.uk/louisesblog

Who is the author?
Louise is the Managing Director of UK Recruiter - one of the web's leading resources for recruitment professionals, and a regular contributor to the site's blog. She is experienced in many recruiting disciplines from research to consulting, networking, advertising, online and social media recruiting. 

Her blog in a nutshell:
Throughout her career, Louise has garnered a wealth of knowledge and insight, which she regularly shares with her readers. You'll find smart, considered posts on hot topics such as candidate attraction, social media engagement, niche recruitment - and even how to start and run an agency!

Why should I follow her?
Louise's blog is a superb resource for recruitment professionals at any level. She often sets aside time from her busy schedule to write about the topics that really matter to recruiters!

Recommended Reading: 3 Steps to Use Instagram to Recruit Top Talent

Social Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/louisetriance
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louisetriance/

 

 

Kris Dunn - HR Capitalist

http://www.hrcapitalist.com

Who is the author? 
Kris is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Kinetix and is experienced in a number of disciplines including HR, recruitment, market research and project management. He's also an active blogger and the founder of HR Capitalist and Fistful of Talent - two of the most respected and widely-read blogs among HR and recruiting professionals.

His blog in a nutshell: 
Kris' blog covers a broad range of topics including HR best practice, technology, recruiting, performance management and optimising business results. Although skewed a little towards the HR side of things, the blog features too many intelligent, thought-provoking posts on recruitment topics to be omitted from our list!

Why should I follow him?
Much like Matt Charney, Kris has a disdain for jargon and empty words:

"My eyes get glossy when HR people start talking about being strategic without being specific," he writes on his biography page. 

Thankfully, Kris' blog gets right into the specifics of many of recruiting and HR's most challenging topics. His posts are clear, concise and packed with actionable strategies and advice to help his readers achieve their career goals. 

Recommended Reading: MONGO LIKE CANDY: The Psychology of Submitting Candidates To Hiring Managers

Social Media
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kris_dunn
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krisdunn/

 

 

Matt Charney - Snark Attack

https://mattcharney.com/

Who is the author? 
Matt is a respected talent and technology expert, and the Executive Editor of Recruiting Daily, home of RecruitingBlogs - the single largest social and content sharing platform for professionals in the HR and recruiting industries.

He started his career as a corporate recruiter, working for high-profile companies such as Walt Disney and Warner Bros., before progressing to marketing roles at several HR tech companies, including Monster, Talemetry and CornerstoneOnDemand. 

When we asked our top blogger what advice he would give to aspiring recruiters, his answer was: 

"If you recruit the same way as everyone else you're just another recruiter. Do you and be real, and you can't be replaced."

His blog in a nutshell:  
Matt's personal blog, Snark Attack brings together a good mix of news, wisdom and opinion from the worlds of recruitment, HR and social media. He covers a wide range of topics from workplace culture, employee engagement and interview techniques, to social media recruitment and content marketing. 

Why should I follow him? 
If you read Matt's blog, you won't find any recruitment jargon. Instead, you'll discover a series of thoughtful, well-researched and often humorous posts, each written in his trademark straight-talking, 'snarky' style.

Not only will you have a great time reading Snark Attack, you'll also take home a few valuable life lessons, winning strategies and nuggets of wisdom to help you become a better recruiter.

Recommended Reading: Predictions That Probably Won't Happen: 2017 Talent Trends.

Social Media
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattcharney
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattcharney/


And, with that, we reach the end of our list of must-follow recruitment bloggers. We hope you enjoyed reading it as much as we enjoyed putting it together; if you did, please take a moment to like or share this blog. Thanks!

Our research showed us that the recruitment blogosphere is currently alive and well, with prolific posters worldwide sharing their wisdom on candidate attraction, HR, digital marketing and everything in between.

So much so that it wasn't easy to narrow our list down to just 21! If you feel there's anyone we've missed out, or, if you're an up-and-coming recruitment blogger and would like to introduce yourself, please don't hesitate to get in touch. We'd love to hear from you! 

Remember, if you'd like to keep up to date with the latest trends and developments in recruitment, employment, HR and digital marketing, stay tuned to our blog - we'll be back before you know it with a brand new post.

 

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