The function may have taken a battering in the press in recent months, with some still playfully referring to it as ‘Human Remains’ – but there is no doubt that workplace and personnel issues are now firmly rooted in the national news agenda, and the collective voice of the HR community online is growing stronger by the day.
Here are the top 20 Tweeters most active in creating and shaping the online conversation on all things HR:
1. Dean Royles
Chief Executive of NHS Employers.
2. Mike Morrison
Head of global training and project unity at Damco.
3. Perry Timms
Director and Founder of People & Transformational HR.
4. Cary Cooper
Professor of organisational psychology and health, Lancaster University Management School.
5. Doug Shaw
International Speaker, Writer and Consultant.
6. Steven Toft
Business consultant, HR expert and award-winning blogger.
7. Mervyn Dinnen
Speaker, content creator and award-winning blogger.
8. Steve Bridger
Digital adviser to charities and community manager.
9. Neil Morrison
Group HR director for Penguin Random House.
10. Jon Ingham
Analyst, blogger and consultant in strategic and innovative management.
11. Gareth Jones
Partner at The Chemistry Group.
12. Sukhvinder Pabial
Co-founder of L&D Connect.
13. Flora Marriott
L&D Manager and Organisational Development professional.
14. Lynda Gratton
Professor of Management Practice at London Business School.
15. Rob Jones
Head of Organisational Effectiveness at crossrail.
16. Darren Newman
Owner of Darren Newman Employment Law Ltd.
17. John Philpott
Freelance economist and labour market analyst.
18. Peter Cheese
CEO of the CIPD.
19. Jo Plumstead
Employment law consultant, writer and editor.
20. Gillian Hibberd
Strategic director (resources and business transformation), Buckinghamshire County Council.