HRMorning is delighted to consider articles from contributors that are informative and authoritative.
To enable HR managers and executives to excel by giving them the information, guidance and tools that will allow them to devise was to handle the myriad of issues that arise both daily and in the strategic long-term.
WHO READS US
Our audience is made up of HR executives and managers. We get more than 70,000 visits a month. They’re looking for the latest HR news, insight, ideas, how-tos, etc. to help them become better at their jobs.
Submissions must meet HRMorning’s quality standards in order to get published.
Here are our guest post guidelines:
- Be original, unique, and never published before.
- Be interesting and well-written.
- Be authoritative and credible. We put extra emphasis on this. We’re looking for people with real HR expertise and credentials, not writers who are generalists. We prefer experts with a social media presence when possible.
- Please avoid being self-promotional in the body of your article. Save that for your author bio.
- If you’d like to use the article you’re providing us on your own site, we’d appreciate it if you would hold off publishing it there for 3 months.
- We reserve the right to edit and adapt your article as we see fit, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
- We reserve the right to include calls-to-action to HRMorning content, including but not limited to email newsletters, ebooks, and other downloadable content.
Editorial content can use a mixture of these approaches:
- Conversational ton. Speak to readers as equals.
- Straight-forward, fast read, plain English.
- Give perspective.
- Relate content to real-life situations.
- Help, not lecture.
- Have a sense of humor when appropriate.
- Don’t be afraid to break the rules, think outside the box.
- Tell stories.
- Provide helpful lists and how-tos.
- Be personable.
1,000 to 1,500 words is our target. But quality of the post is a lot more important than the length.
Areas We Focus On
- HR Leadership and Strategy
- Employee Engagement and Retention
- Talent Acquisition
- Employment Law
- Difficult Situations
- Performance Management
- Training and Development
- HR Policies
BEFORE YOU WRITE YOUR ARTICLE
Email email@example.com a short proposal or outline of what your piece would be. We don’t want you to waste your time on something that won’t work for HRMorning.
PLEASE SUBMIT A BIO
We will need a short bio (2 or 3 sentences at max) for you and a photo. Please include a link to your blog and/or Twitter handle. We can’t get too carried away on the links. Google doesn’t like that.