PeopleClues Announces #PeopleChat, Weekly Twitter Chat to Explore HR Lifecycle Topics…from PeopleClues

 

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PeopleClues, an industry leader in workplace assessments, today announced that it will host a weekly Twitter chat under the hashtag #PeopleChat. The #PeopleChat discussion will take place on Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. CT. and explore a variety of topics centered on the lifecycle of HR including recruiting, interviewing, assessments, hiring, onboarding, training, development, termination, and more.

The inaugural chat, “Culture, How to Stop Thinking About It,” will take place on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 and explore best practices for creating and fostering an effective corporate culture. Follow and participate in the chat by watching PeopleClues (@PeopleClues) and the #PeopleChat hashtag on Twitter.

Bryan Wempen, PeopleClues chief strategy officer, commented, “By leading the #PeopleChat weekly Twitter chat, PeopleClues hopes to showcase our bench strength of HR expertise while developing relationships with industry leaders and gaining a better understanding of HR practitioners’ challenges and experiences.”

All are encouraged to participate in the weekly discussion, which will propose a new topic every session and feature guest industry leaders who will share their expertise and insights.  The Tuesday time slot immediately follows the DriveThruHR radio show, where Wempen is a co-host. Each Twitter chat session will be recapped and shared on the PeopleClues blog, PeopleViews.

Other PeopleClues handles to follow include PeopleClues U.K. (@PeopleCluesUK); PeopleClues president, Julie Moreland (@PeopleCluesCEO); Bryan Wempen (@BryanWempen); and PeopleClues client relationship manager, Cathleen Carlos (@GetHiredbyCat).

For more information on PeopleClues, please visit www.peopleclues.com

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Matt Lafata, HRchitect

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