The Carnival of HR is a monthly blogging carnival that focuses on Human Resources, Recruiting, Business, and Management blogs. Each carnival brings together a diverse collection of posts that will make you think and introduce you to new blogs.
This month is probably the best one yet - because there are actually TWO HR Carnivals. Check out the First Act on MeBeBot’s blog here. Our Act 2 features a series of posts celebrating Mental Health Month, and includes posts on wellbeing, employees with disabilities, healthy workplace cultures, navigating workplace conflict, quality of hire, and more.
Check out all the great resources below:
The Wellbeing of Your Workforce is Your Business by George Rogers
What Talent Acquisition Needs to Know About Quality of Hire: The Connection Between Workplace Misconduct and Quality of Hire by Micole Garatti
Navigate Workplace Conflict: 3 Powerful Phrases to Foster Better Connection by Karin Hurt
Employers undercount workers with disabilities, study says by Carolyn Crist
Key Candidate Quality Indicators Boost Your Talent Acquisition by Katie Kennedy
Hiring for Quick Service Restaurants by Harri Insider Team
Bullseye: Hiring and Cultural Alignment by Robin Schooling
Can you be fired for having an OnlyFans? By Stuart Rudner
Employee satisfaction down, and execs don’t get why, survey says by Adam DeRose
The Companies That Give Everyone the Day Off When Life Gets Stressful by Tara Weiss
Help Employees Get Back in the Driver’s Seat of Their Career Development by Julie Winkle Giulioni
Wedding Bell Blues – The First Steps to an HR Tech Stack by John Baldino
How AI is Transforming Talent Acquisition Strategies by Lizz Forth
Double the Fun With A Dazzling Duo of Delightful May HR Blogs by Bennett Sung
Industry Awards Program Identifies Top Hiring, Engagement, Learning Technologies by Lighthouse Research
Thanks for tuning into Carnival of HR this May! If you haven’t already, make sure to check out the carnival’s First Act. Visit the Humareso blog to contribute to the festivities.
See you next month!
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