It’s been a very eventful year for the Carnival of HR and in this post I would like to highlight all the wonderful Carnivals we had in the 2nd quarter. There is a whole lot of HR goodness in these posts, and it’s never to late to read it for the first (or second) time!
Then on May 7th, Ben Eubanks, Upstart HR brought everyone to the World of HR Blogging. Which was well timed because following up quickly on May 21st when Julie Winkle Giulioni brought together the emerging trends in HR. And to round out the quarter on June 18th, Mervyn Dinnen, T Recs helps welcome the summer soltice.
Can you believe that we are only days away from it being April? I have to get my April’s Fools day jokes ready. But more importantly, now is a great time to reflect back on all the Carnival of HR awesomeness we have enjoyed so far this year. It’s gone by fast but I want to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of this amazing content so let’s get started!
Starting us off right, we had first time host but long time cool person, Christine Assaf jump into the hosting role at her HR Tact blog to talk about resolutions for the new year. Then quick on her heels one of my favorite people, Dwane Lay hosted on the 15th over at The Dovetail Software Blog. And wrapping up January, Melissa Fairman braved the Polar Vortex to bring the Carnival to her HR Remix blog on the 29th.
February was all about the love, as first time host and the Carnival’s Valentine this year, Sara Williams stepped in at the last minute on the 12th with her own version of a white horse, hosting at her blog, The Buzz on HR. Closing out the month on the 26th with a Winter Olympics tribute, Anita Lettink scored a perfect 10 for her hosting work at her Visions for HR Blog.
And finally, March may not have been living up to it’s supposed “Spring” promises but our Carnival hosts were. On the 12th Sandrine Bardot took us international with when she hosted at her Compensation Insider Blog. And just this week on the 26th, Dorothy Dalton brought us HR and the changing times we work in, over at her International Talent Management Strategy Blog.
That’s an awful lot of amazing HR content to fit into only 3 months but somehow I think this is a good omen for the rest of the year. Because if there is one thing the Carnival of HR does best, it’s introduce you to the HR content that you need to be reading.