Once you are ready to be a guest blogger or regular contributor of the SHRM-Atlanta blog and have your blog post written, please submit using this guest blogger form.
SHRM-Atlanta Blog Guidelines: Be a Guest Blogger or Regular Contributor (and get HRCI credits, too!)**
As a blog contributor, you will be able to write and submit original posts to be published on the SHRM-Atlanta website/blog. Your posts will also be distributed by SHRM-Atlanta Marketing & PR team via e-communications, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. This is an opportunity to share your insights with other HR professionals.
- You must be a SHRM-Atlanta member in good standing . In order to volunteer with our chapter you must have a membership (not a guest account).
- You must submit two previous blog posts or articles with relevant content for the SHRM-Atlanta HR community.
- Complete the online volunteer form and indicate your interest as a SHRM-Atlanta blogger.
- To be a guest blogger, we do not require a membership with our chapter. Once have your guest blog post written on relevant HR content, please submit using this guest blogger form.
- Posts must be approximately 250 -700 words.
- This arena will not be used for solicitation.
- All posts by the author, guest author and visitors reflect personal thoughts and opinions which are not necessarily those of SHRM-Atlanta.
- All post should be kind, polite, respectful, and professional. Please do not post inappropriate postings which include but are not limited to: Harassing, abusive, threatening, derogatory, unprofessional, or disrespectful to individuals and/or groups.
- SHRM-Atlanta reserves the right to remove any posted comment and/or discussion that is not appropriate for the topic discussed, does not follow our pre-approved guidelines or uses inappropriate language.
- Posters who violate any of SHRM-Atlanta’s established policies will be barred from the SHRM-Atlanta group.
Topics considered include but are not limited to:
- Global HR
- HR Business Partner: The Real Definition of Today's HR
- Strategic HR
- HR Tools Reviews (ATS, Talent Management Systems etc.)
- Candidate Experience
- Employee Engagement
- Training Strategy (not just training for the sake of training)
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Branding the HR Department
- Legal Components - recent changes and best practices
- Workforce Planning – in TA or TM space
- Social Media Guidelines
- Unique CV Techniques
- How To Edge Out the Comp with Job Boards
- Change Management
>>Scheduling priority will be given to those that submit one of the above topics.<<
Additional topics that would be of interest include those that were identified as potential speaking topics here.
**You could earn HRCI recertification credits for being a guest blogger on our blog? HRCI is now offering recertification credit for fact-based blog posts that cover subjects related to the HR field. This new blog-writing credit meets the requirements in the Research / Publishing recertification category for PHR, SPHR and GPHR. There is specific criteria that must be met when writing a guest post, so be sure to review the criteria at HRCI.
Our Blog Site Administrator will monitor all postings and discussions to this site. The Administrator has the right to remove any discussion or postings without notification of doing so.
Disclaimer: There is no advertising or solicitation of business allowed. Advertising of upcoming events is not allowed unless posted by SHRM-Atlanta directly. Members may not utilize discussion area as a promotion for personal, corporate or other blogs unrelated to SHRM Atlanta. Users are allowed (1) post per quarter from their corporate or personal blog in the event the writing is related to a question/discussion regarding a HR topic.
NO RESPONSIBILITY/NO LIABILITY
In no event does SHRM Atlanta assume any responsibility or liability whatsoever for any posting. You agree to waive any legal or equitable rights or remedies you may have against SHRM Atlanta with respect to these rules, including, but not limited to, member posting, posting restrictions, deletions, or moves, and member restrictions, removals, or blocks.