Article: HR influencers who are changing the game in 2022 (Part 1)

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HR influencers who are changing the game in 2022 (Part 1)

These HR influencers have inspired change in the industry, creating new benchmarks and recommending to employers the best practices to overcome recruitment and leadership challenges.
HR influencers who are changing the game in 2022 (Part 1)

Millions of employees have left their jobs in recent years. The job market has had a shortage of high-quality talent in recent years mostly because of the COVID crisis. Companies have adjusted their people leadership strategy largely because of insights provided by a few great HR experts.

Thought-leaders are stepping up and providing the right information to employers more than ever. These HR influencers have inspired change in the industry, creating new benchmarks and recommending to employers the best practices to overcome recruitment and leadership challenges.

Adam Karpiak

Adam has worked his way as a hiring manager to executive. After opening his own career consulting firm Karpiak Consulting, he’s offered help to job seekers who want to stand out and find the right working environment.

Adam provides insights about workplace culture. He has garnered over 300,000 followers on his LinkedIn profile with his ideas on how to retain employees and treat talent, and he writes on salient topics such as salary transparency.

Follow Adam on LinkedIn and Twitter.

David Green

David is Executive Director at Insight222 and myHRfuture.com, where he works with Fortune 100 companies. His popularity as a thought-leader soared when he was promoted to Global Director of People Analytics Solutions at IBM Watson Talent.

Being a world-renowned writer and speaker, David's data-driven approach to HR sets him apart as a thought leader. His expertise includes people analytics. He provides consulting services through his own business Zandel.

Follow David on LinkedIn, Twitter and his official website davidrgreen.com.

 

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Kathleen Hogan

Kathleen is Chief People Officer at Microsoft. A champion of diversity and inclusion in the workplace, she writes empowering messages to help employees and organisations achieve their shared D&I goals. She also serves on the board of the National Centre for Women and Information Technology. 

Follow Kathleen on LinkedIn

Steve Boese

Steve leads H3 HR advisors as President and Co-Founder. Along with fellow HR thought-leader Trish McFarlane, he hosts the popular podcast The HR Happy Hour where he provides insights on new HR technology and talks about how to handle workplace matters.

An industry veteran of 20 years, Steve is an established author, blogger and speaker, having helped employers with his expertise in HR. He also previously served as Director of Talent Management Strategy at Oracle. 

Follow Steve on LinkedIn, Twitter and the website h3hr.com.

Meghan Biro

Meghan founded TalentCulture where she is CEO. She has worked with hundreds of businesses, including Microsoft, IBM, and Google, in recruiting high-quality talent. She also regularly writes for Forbes, Huffington Post, and other media outlets.

Meghan is a tech-savvy recruitment expert who provides insights on topics such as HR tech and talent management. Her expertise includes marketing, branding, technology, recruiting and digital media.

Follow Meghan on LinkedIn, Twitter and talentculture.com.

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