10 Twitter accounts that every recruiter should be following


Looking for some new insights in recruiting, hiring, HR, leadership, and management? Look no further than your Twitter feed. Here’s a list of 10 HR experts, management consultants, and thought leaders that we can all learn a thing or two from.

Andy Headworth (@andyheadworth)

If you want to stay up-to-date on digital recruitment trends, Headworth is your man. He is the founder of Sirona Consulting, a U.K. firm that helps companies incorporate social media into their recruitment strategy (and has written a book on the topic, too).

Greg Savage (@greg_savage)

Savage is the founder of a number of Australian recruitment firms, including Firebrand Talent Search, People2People, and more. His feed offers advice from his years of experience in HR and social media, as well as highlights from his blog, The Savage Truth.

Jay Kuhns (@jrkuhns)

Kuhns is a VP at recruitment process outsourcing firm Kinetix and author of hiring blog NoExcusesHR and his feed covers off everything from public speaking and networking to common HR challenges.

Jennifer McClure (@jennifermcclure)

As president of coaching and consultancy firm Unbridled Talent and CEO of HR event series Disrupt HR, McClure has plenty of advice for leaders, small business owners and HR managers looking to improve their recruitment strategies. Her Twitter feed is also a great place to stay up to date on McClure’s many keynote speaker appearances and other events.

J.T. O’Donnell (@jtodonnell)

The CEO of WorkItDaily.com offers a steady stream of career tips, but she also offers up blog links and webinars on recruiting, leadership, management and more.

Lou Adler (@loua)

The master of “performance-based hiring,” Adler is CEO and founder of The Adler Group, as well as author of such books as Hire with your head and The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired.

Matt Buckland (@elsatanico)

Here’s a winning combination: Buckland is head of talent and HR for fashion marketplace Lyst, a blogger for The King’s Shilling, and a “sometime magician and cardsharp.”

Stacy Donovan Zapar (@StacyZapar)

To keep up to date on the latest in employer branding, candidate experience, and engagement, follow the founder of Tenfold, a “boutique recruitment consultancy” that helps companies create their own talent acquisition teams.

HR Zone (@HRZone)

This feed (from the digital HR publication of the same name) offers a steady stream of industry news.

Workology (@workology)

To quote its website, Workology is “a destination for the disruptive workplace leader discussing trends, tools and case studies for HR, recruiting professionals and business leaders.” Its feed is a mix of its own content and other HR movers and shakers.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to follow Workopolis (@workopolis_hire) for expert tips and industry trends on recruiting, hiring, and management.

See also:
5 companies’ HR departments killing it on Twitter
3 TED Talks all bosses and recruiters need to watch


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