Top 10 HR Women in Technology You Should Follow in 2017

Top 10 HR Women in Technology You Should Follow in 2017

 Human Resources (HR) is defined as an organization that performs human resource management, overseeing various aspects of employment, such as compliance with labor law and employment standards, administration of employee benefits, and some aspects of recruitment and dismissal.

Here at Solutions Review, we have compiled a list of the top 10 women in the HR tech world that you should follow in order to stay updated with the latest HR technology trends and insights.

 

 Mary Sue Rogers

Mary Sue is a strong business leader having held positions such as Partner, General Manager and CEO in organizations including Talent2 and IBM. She is an expert in HR and Talent Management with deep experience in building and executing strategies that include outsourcing, technology, shared services, mergers and acquisitions. Mary Sue has her blog at SaveHR and is a guest writer for several organisations including SSON (Shared Services Outsourcing Network).


 Jennifer McClure

Jennifer is the CEO of a small but interesting company, a community of those who are keen on HR and recruiting and want to enhance their skills. It’s called DisruptHR. She has her own website where she shares her articles and impressions she receives after her public speeches. Jennifer’s engaging and relatable style is a mix of inspiration, “how-to”, sharing of best practices and strategic discussion based upon her over 25 years of experience leading human resources and talent acquisition efforts, studying of industry Best Practices and partnering with senior executives to improve their skills and increase their impact.


 Jackye Clayton

Jackye is an editor and writer of Recruiting Tools blog where she shares great HR and recruitment-themed articles accompanied with funny GIFs and images what makes them a joy to read. Follow Jackye on Twitter to see priceless pieces of advice on any HR problem you may be having. She is recognized as a people expert who puts the Human in Human Resources. An international trainer, she has traveled worldwide sharing her unique gifts in sourcing, recruiting and coaching.


 Suzanne Lucas

Known as the RealEvilHRLady on Twitter, Suzanne is one of the best known HR tech influencers and an experienced writer. She is a freelance writer, creating entertaining and grasping articles where she opens up her perspective on how to run HR team effectively. Her LinkedIn profile claims that you can ask her for any HR-related advice and she will be glad to help you.


 Meghan M. Biro

Meghan is a recognized Talent Management and HR Tech brand strategist, analyst, digital catalyst, author and speaker. After founding TalentCulture Consulting Group ten years ago, she’s since been considered to be one of the most influential women in the HR tech sphere. Meghan’s Twitter followers list counts about 140k people who want to stay updated with highly useful insights she posts. She often retweets plenty of articles from TalentCulture blog, writes for such giants as The Huffington Post and Forbes and hosts popular live podcast TalentCulture #WorkTrends.


 Jessica Merrell

Jessica has been in the HR business for more than 15 years and has successfully founded Workology, where she writes, trains and speaks on all topics related to the human capital industry. She’s even been interviewed and quoted by publications including HR Magazine, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Forbes and The Economist. Forbes listed Jessica among the top 50 most influential social power users. She often takes part in famous HR podcasts and gladly offers some tips on latest workforce trends.


 Mary Kaylor

Mary is the Managing Editor of the SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) Blog, the world’s largest professional association of HR pros. She is also the creator, editor and producer of #Nextchat – a weekly, global Twitter chat on human resources strategy, trends, and best practices. Mary has over 4K followers on Twitter and we think you should be one of them!


 Sarah Brennan

Sarah works with corporate hr teams to build innovative talent acquisition strategies focused on quality of hire and retention through best in class candidate experience & employment branding strategies combined with innovative technology approaches. She is the founder of Accelir, a strategy firm which specializes on talent acquisition and recruiting programs development and improvement, as well as HRtechblog.com.


  Robin Schooling

Robin is a writer/contributor at: RobinSchooling.com, Recruiting Daily, SHRM, HR Examiner, and a variety of other sites. Her specialties include: HR and Talent Management; Recruiting; Performance Management; Internal Communication strategy; Speaker; Event Planner; HR writer; HR services; HR projects, according to her LinkedIn. Robin believes that her mission is to make the HR business more humane and at the same time does not resist emerging technologies and digital community influence.


 Trish McFarlane

Trish is the author of HR Ringleader blog, CEO and principal analyst at H3 HR Advisors, and HR Happy Hour co-host. She is focused on expanding the scope of the HR professional as now this sphere evolves through technology. Currently, Trish serves as the Global leader of Human Capital Management (HCM) Strategy and Product Management at Infor. (The HCM suite includes Global HR, Talent Management, Workforce Management, HR Service Delivery, Learning Management, Talent Science, & HR Analytics)


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Elizabeth Quirk

Elizabeth Quirk

Liz is an enterprise technology writer covering Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Process Management (BPM) and Talent Management Suites (TMS) at Solutions Review. She attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where she attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. You can reach her at equirk@solutionsreview.com
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Liz is an enterprise technology writer covering Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Process Management (BPM) and Talent Management Suites (TMS) at Solutions Review. She attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where she attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. You can reach her at equirk@solutionsreview.com

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