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Looking for Guest “Trench HR” Bloggers…

So much of what we do in HR is behind the scenes.  I was referred to the other day as the “wizard behind the curtain.”  Still trying to figure out if that was a compliment or not…doubt it, though.  I’ve always said that we could write a book based strictly on the interesting experiences we have in the world of corporate HR…most of it, after all, comes from “the land of you can’t make this shit up.”  I’ve also noticed that there still aren’t many HR bloggers out there.  Let me clarify: There are lots of people blogging about HR, but very view of them are currently practicing in a corporate environment.  The theory, the strategy, and the direction provided by subject matter experts and consultants is really important.  But hearing from those in the trenches is a perspective we need more of.  So let’s marry the two…

If you practice HR in a corporate environment (private, public, small, large), and would like to share your perspective on:

  1. What it’s like to be in the trenches these days
  2. Crazy stuff you encounter, crazy stuff your people do, crazy stuff you have to do to fix it
  3. Things you’ve done to simplify your HR practice
  4. How your career in HR has evolved and lessons learned along the way
  5. Etc.

then send me your post – shoot for 400 words or less.  I’ll gladly post it…and promote it…on HR Fishbowl.   There are lots of people who would like to see more Trench HR out in the blogosphere and maybe…just maybe…this would help.  Just Email me at cjudy@charter.net. #TrenchHR

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  1. January 18, 2010 at 7:44 am

    I hear that one……”there are lots of people blogging about HR , but very few of them are currently practicing….” And too many HR preachers who haven’t practiced for far too long too. Shit, will that comment get me on their black list now? 🙂

  2. January 18, 2010 at 10:59 am

    I’ll probably submit something in the next few days! Great idea

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