Featured LinkedIn Groups
Linked:HR, our master HR community, has 1,000,000 members.. The group is designed for HR professionals interested in sharing their expertise in the fields of Talent Acquisition, Organization Development & Training, Employment Law, HR Strategies & Sustainability, HR Technology, HR Analytics, and more.
The Leader Campus® (122, 000+ members) is a leadership learning community for current, emerging, and aspiring leaders from all over the world. This group is open to both HR and non-HR professionals.
The Organization Development & Training Forum (51,000+ members) serves HR professionals who focus on organizational effectiveness, organization structure and job design, productivity initiatives, training delivery systems, train-the-trainer programs, strategies for building high-performance teams and learning systems technology.
The HR Technology (42,500+ members) serves HR professionals with an interest in leading edge HR technologies and systems. This group enables HR pros to discuss various human resource information systems, vendor recommendations, roll-outs and integration of new technology.
The Talent Acquisition Forum (40,500+ members) serves HR professionals involved all aspects of talent acquisition including position announcements, sourcing, applicant tracking, screening, interviewing and onboarding.
The Compensation and Benefits Forum (35,000+ members) is a resource for HR professionals to discuss with issues related to the selection, design and delivery of compensation and various benefit programs.
The Engagement and Retention Forum (10,700+ members) allows HR professionals to discuss topics such as employee engagement, retention, motivation, flow, burnout and related topics. The E&R forum helps HR professionals learn new techniques and advise others on successful practices.
The Employment Law Forum (9,550+ members) is created for HR and legal professionals involved with employment law issues. This includes all elements comprising labor-management relations: collective bargaining, negotiations, elections, unfair labor practices, grievances, arbitration and other matters related to labor laws.
The HR Analytics Forum (9,100+ members) is for HR professionals with an interest in data-driven decision making and planning to drive organization success. Includes lively discussions about workforce analytics, planning concepts, strategies and tactics.
The HR Leadership Forum (8,100+ members) serves senior HR practitioners including HR Managers, Directors and VPs with 10+ years' experience. Discussions are mostly focused on leadership and strategic HR topics such as strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, cultural changes, strategic partnerships with other business units and effective leadership.
First Stage HR (4,000+ members) is for people new to the HR profession. It is comprised of individuals studying HR, or just beginning their HR career path.
The HR Elite Group (2,700+members) is comprised of VPs & Directors of Human Resources to discuss the challenges and issues related to senior level human resource positions.HR professionals must have ten years’ experience and currently be employed in a senior level HR role.