What was the HR world reading in 2015?

Early September this year, we were super kicked to launch our first handcurated newsletter for all things HR and hiring: The Recruiter Roll! Read by over 1500 subscribers -- including recruiters, HR and Talent Acquisition leaders, CEOs and founders -- The Recruiter Roll delivers 5 highly-recommended HR reads every week from across the Internet. In fact, if you aren't already subscribed, here's where you can
12 issues, 60 articles and counting, we wanted to check exactly what caught the attention of the HR community this year. What articles broke through to top 5 to receive the highest number of clicks? Do they reflect the challenges we are all grappling most with? Take a look. Let us know. Or better, if you read anything more interesting or exciting, drop us a link in the comments!



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