A year in review: The best of HRM in 2015


It’s hard to believe that 2015 has come and (almost) gone, and what a year it was for HR! The industry’s profile is rising, and it’s an interesting time to be part of the profession. We here at HRM have had a busy year writing about compelling and insightful topics, meeting with HR’s movers and shakers, and covering the best this exciting and evolving industry has to offer.

As the new year draws near, let’s take a look back at some of the most read articles, most watched videos and the trends that got people in the HR community talking.  

MOST READ ARTICLES

As the world of work changes, so does HR’s part as the bridge between a business and its people. Many of the most-read articles highlight HR’s growing role in leadership, employee engagement and business development. Although some of these are perennial favourites, current events also made appearances – the economy, work-life balance and the latest research were fair game.

The big issues took centre-stage throughout the year and provided insight into where the industry might focus itself in 2016. Some common threads included the gender pay gap, multi-generational workplaces, inclusion and diversity, and the place of big data and social media in HR and beyond. These topics found there way into stories on everything from youth employment, gamification, workplace bullying, diverse leadership teams and more.

HRM TV

In addition to written pieces, HRM’s TV channel has brought professionals, thought leaders, concepts and companies to you in living colour:

You might have also noticed we dipped our toes into the world of video blogs this year. Vloggers Sarah Miller, Hannah Ellis, Ricky Nowak and Sam Robertson worked hard to cover everything from leadership development and HR in social media to pressing legal concerns and the APC program.

PROFILES

People are the bread and butter of HR. The profession as a whole has made some great strides this past year, but only because this industry is powered by great people working hard to position HR as a strategic business partner. Here are some of our favourite profiles:

A WORD FROM AHRI’S CEO AND PRESIDENT

We’ve had some brilliant contributions from AHRI’s CEO, Lyn Goodear, and president, Peter Wilson AM (FCPHR). Here are just a few of their most thought-provoking editorials from 2015:

It’s been a year full of ups and downs in the HR industry, and 2016 is shaping up bring even more changes to this dynamic profession.

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A year in review: The best of HRM in 2015


It’s hard to believe that 2015 has come and (almost) gone, and what a year it was for HR! The industry’s profile is rising, and it’s an interesting time to be part of the profession. We here at HRM have had a busy year writing about compelling and insightful topics, meeting with HR’s movers and shakers, and covering the best this exciting and evolving industry has to offer.

As the new year draws near, let’s take a look back at some of the most read articles, most watched videos and the trends that got people in the HR community talking.  

MOST READ ARTICLES

As the world of work changes, so does HR’s part as the bridge between a business and its people. Many of the most-read articles highlight HR’s growing role in leadership, employee engagement and business development. Although some of these are perennial favourites, current events also made appearances – the economy, work-life balance and the latest research were fair game.

The big issues took centre-stage throughout the year and provided insight into where the industry might focus itself in 2016. Some common threads included the gender pay gap, multi-generational workplaces, inclusion and diversity, and the place of big data and social media in HR and beyond. These topics found there way into stories on everything from youth employment, gamification, workplace bullying, diverse leadership teams and more.

HRM TV

In addition to written pieces, HRM’s TV channel has brought professionals, thought leaders, concepts and companies to you in living colour:

You might have also noticed we dipped our toes into the world of video blogs this year. Vloggers Sarah Miller, Hannah Ellis, Ricky Nowak and Sam Robertson worked hard to cover everything from leadership development and HR in social media to pressing legal concerns and the APC program.

PROFILES

People are the bread and butter of HR. The profession as a whole has made some great strides this past year, but only because this industry is powered by great people working hard to position HR as a strategic business partner. Here are some of our favourite profiles:

A WORD FROM AHRI’S CEO AND PRESIDENT

We’ve had some brilliant contributions from AHRI’s CEO, Lyn Goodear, and president, Peter Wilson AM (FCPHR). Here are just a few of their most thought-provoking editorials from 2015:

It’s been a year full of ups and downs in the HR industry, and 2016 is shaping up bring even more changes to this dynamic profession.

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