Social Media for HR Professionals


Here is the information from and for a presentation I am going to do today at the monthly Springfield, OH Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Affiliate (called SHRMA).  The videos beneath the PowerPoint were embedded in it.  All the way at the bottom are links to resources referenced in the presentation.

>> Video 1 – “Social media is not a fad”

>> Video 2 – Arizona HR + Twitter (radio show about legal issues)

>> Video 3 – Tod Maffin on Recruiting the Facebook Generation

>> Video 4 – TweetMyJobs – It’s That Fast (funny)

>> Video 5 – Corporations & Social Media (to ban or not to ban)


>> SHRM Survey – Social Networking Sites + Recruiting in Tough Times (Oct. 2008)

>> LinkedIn for Recruiters: Advanced Techniques for Finding Top Talent on LinkedIn

>> LinkedIn – Hiring Home

Social Media Policy

>> Blogging & Social Media Policy – A Sample (

>> Sample Social Media Policies – 123 Social Media

>> 10 Must Haves for your Social Media Policy – Mashable

Professional Development

>> Twitter – David Zak’s HR Twitter List (130+)

>> Twitter – #hr Twitter search

>> HR Blogs – The Top 50 HR Blogs to Watch in 2009

>> HR Blogs – Evil HR Lady – and Other Saucy HR Blogs

>> HR Blogs – Top 25 HR Blogs


>> Twitter – How to live tweet an event

>> YouTube – How To Make Video For YouTube : Setting Up Uploads On YouTube

>> SlideShare – Upload Slide Shows to Slideshare

>> WordPress – Updated WordPress – Step by Step Tutorial on How to Blog


3 Responses

  1. Nice job today at SHRM. It’s exciting to be part of HR and training right now. There are so many new opportunities and ways to recruit, train, develop professionally, access expert advice and get information as quickly as it can come to mind. Good topic, helpful information.

  2. Julie – thanks so much for the comment. I think HR and PR are great fields to be in. It’s great to hear your enthusiasm, and I wish you all the best. Look forward to staying connected and sharing ideas. SHRMA is a good org.

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