ERE was created in 1998 as an online gathering place for recruiters. It was designed as a destination where the community could network, share best practices, and learn from each other.
Fast forward to today, ERE Media has become the go-to information and conference source for human resources, talent acquisition, and recruiting professionals. We have built our publications and conferences around three core brands and audiences to cater to their specific needs.
ERE.net is the original publication and delivers daily need-to-know information, webinars and a job board to talent acquisition professionals. Most articles are written exclusively for ERE by practitioners who share their own experiences and opinions. Topics include timely news issues, tips, and how-tos, thought leadership, technology, and more. It’s become the must-read publication for in-house TA professionals, with over 200,000 unique visitors each month.
Since 2001, the twice-yearly ERE Recruiting Conference has provided a forum for the latest talent acquisition ideas and best practices, as well as a great opportunity for networking.
If you’d like to contribute a story to ERE.net or have feedback to share, you can contact the editor, Todd Raphael.
Launched in 2010, TLNT serves up news, analysis and opinion on the business of HR for human resource and talent management leaders and professionals. Topics covered include analysis and insight into talent and HR management, training and development, benefits, compensation, legal/ethics, and HR software and technology, among others. TLNT also showcases highlights from the “best-of-the-rest” HR blogs, making this a one-stop shop for all things talent related.
TLNT has quickly become one of the leading voices in the HR profession. In addition to a regularly updated blog and free daily e-newsletter, TLNT hosts a job board, webinars, and live events designed for talent management professionals.
TLNT.com especially welcomes editorial contributions from practitioners and HR professionals. You can contact TLNT with comments or editorial suggestions by contacting the editor, John Zappe.
SourceCon was created by sourcers and recruiters to provide knowledge sharing and insights about sourcing best practices. Born out of the necessity to recognize sourcing and research as essential components of the recruitment process, the SourceCon website was launched after the first SourceCon conference in 2007. SourceCon is a place for sharing tools, ideas, and ways for sourcers to improve their skills and knowledge. The goal of SourceCon is simply to inform, encourage, and empower.
SourceCon offers a daily blog along with a twice-yearly conference to equip sourcing and recruiting professionals with everything they need to stay on the cutting edge. Learn more about the SourceCon Conference.
If you’d like to contribute to SourceCon, please contact the editor, Shannon Pritchett.