2011 has been a great year for the XpertHR Employment Intelligence blog.
Here’s a list of the top 10 posts of 2011 on this blog.
These are the most-read posts of 2011 from the XpertHR Employment Intelligence blog.
This list only shows posts that were published to XpertHR Employment Intelligence during 2011. The list has also been filtered slightly by topic, so that only one post concerning the national minimum wage is included in the top 10 list (otherwise, there would have been a number of national minimum wage-related posts in this top 10 list).
This list was originally compiled for Mervyn Dinnen’s T Recs blog, as part of his round-up of the most-read blog posts of 2011 across a range of HR and other blogs.
I’d also be very interested indeed to find out what have been your favourite posts on XpertHR Employment Intelligence in 2011. Please leave a comment, or get in touch with your picks via Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn.
The top 10 posts of 2011 on XpertHR Employment Intelligence
- National minimum wage 2011/2012: How will the 2.5% increase to £6.08 for October 2011 stack up against inflation? Analysis of the national minimum wage increase for 2011/2012, which came into effect on 1 October 2011.
- Public sector workers to strike on 30 June 2011 and in autumn 2011 A report on public sector unions’ 2011 plans for strike action in protest at public sector pay, pensions changes and job cuts.
- TUC conference: Public sector unions call nationwide ‘day of action’ for 30 November 2011 XpertHR tracks the build-up to the public sector unions’ nationwide ‘day of action’ in protest at public sector pension changes, which took place on 30 November 2011.
- HR strategy round-up: 12 key HR trends of 2012 Noel O’Reilly looks at some of the key themes from key themes of Deloitte’s 2012 report on 12 significant trends that are shifting the HR landscape.
- Replace right to claim unfair dismissal with Compensated No Fault Dismissals, says leaked report commissioned by David Cameron XpertHR’s rolling coverage of proposals that the right to claim unfair dismissal should be replaced by new “Compensated No Fault Dismissals” in order to boost economic growth, as set out in a leaked report commissioned by David Cameron recommends.
- What can we expect from Osborne’s Autumn Statement? A look at what was expected from Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement 2011, which replaced the Pre-Budget Report, and which was delivered on Tuesday 29 November 2011
- Guardian article paints HR as ‘double-agents, the smiling assassins’ XpertHR reports on reactions to a Guardian article which set its sights on the HR profession, asking whether HR is the employee’s “friend or foe,” and weighing up “the good, bad and downright ugly” of HR.
- Yu Yu Din: Seven global HR issues to watch in 2011 A brilliant guest blog post from India-based HR blogger and digital marketer Yu Yu Din, listing seven global HR issues that she believes are of key importance to employers around the world.
- HR cupcakes: Share your pictures and recipes! XpertHR’s ongoing celebration of the baking triumphs of the global HR profession.
- What is commercial HR (1)? An HR director’s thoughts on the 2011 Strategic HR Network Annual Congress The first instalment in a series of posts from Neil Morrison, Group HR Director at Random House, focusing on issues arising from 2011 Strategic HR Network Annual Congress. The complete series is highly recommended reading for everyone in HR!
Once again, I’d love to find out what have been your favourite posts on XpertHR Employment Intelligence in 2011.
And if you’re an HR blogger, I’d also be extremely interested to find out what have been your most-read posts of 2011. To get the ball rolling, here are recent round-ups from bloggers Mervyn Dinnen and Jorgen Sundberg.
UPDATE 1 (Friday 30 December 2011): Richard Pettet of Defero Law (a social network for the legal profession) has compiled his list of the top ten most read blog posts of 2011 on the Defero Law blog. Many thanks to Richard for his kind permission to add a link to this post from here.