Today, I want to thank you. For supporting me. For learning with me. For reading what I’ve been sharing over the years. As the year comes to an end, I’m reflecting on all that we have been through together. I mean, if you told me I’d come out as trans and live in a van this year last January? I’d ask how high you were, honestly.
But here we are. Changing.
In case you missed a post along the way and have a little bit of down time this week as work winds down, here are our top blogs of 2021 as determined by you: my people.
Cheers to you – and I hope to see you a few hundred more times next year.
Top 9 Blog Posts of 2021
- Why Sharing Gender Pronouns At Work Matters: A Quick Guide
Gender pronouns at work can help build belonging. Before adding them to your email signature, let’s talk about why they matter.
- Salary and Benefits in Job Postings? In 2021, Colorado Mandates It
Should you include salary and benefits in job postings? Yes! Oh, and as of 2021, you’ll have to if you’re posting a job in Colorado.
- Why Did You Quit? Job Hopping With Intent
Job hopping happens out of necessity or company issues, not emotional urge. Most people don’t wake up some morning and decide to quit their job.
- 6 Things Every Job Seeker Should Know
For the candidates who came here to get a little intel, there are six things every job seeker should know from someone working in this world.
- The Truth About Working In Human Resources
Read this before pursuing a career in HR. I asked my friends from HR what they wish they knew before working in human resources.
- How To Write A Job Posting: The Plate Test
Want to write a great job posting? Ask better questions and help your hiring manager imagine the work. These questions can help.
- Updating Your ATS (and Thinking) For New Pronouns
A suggested dropdown to ask for pronouns inside your ATS plus a video with 3 tips that will help you practice new pronouns.
- Job Postings That Work (And Some That Don’t)
What do good job postings look like? Here are some examples of job postings that actually work – and some that don’t.
- Sexual Assault At Work: A Consideration For On-Camera Policies
From emotional exhaustion to inequity to personal trauma, it’s about time we rethink on-camera policies for our teams. Here’s one story.
Thank you for reading, and thank you for being you. I wouldn’t be where I am today without all of you. If you want to make sure you don’t miss any posts next year, here’s the link to subscribe.
Katrina Kibben is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Three Ears Media. For most of Katrina’s career, she has been a marketer living in a recruiter’s world – listening to both sides of the talent equation to understand the real issues and find solutions for engaging and hiring better people. Today, she uses her technical marketing know-how and way with words to help both established and emerging brands develop and deliver content that fuels smart recruitment marketing that makes the right people apply.
Katrina has written for Monster.com, HR.com, RecruitingDaily and many other digital publications. She is a recognized leader in recruiting and employer branding who speaks regularly at conferences around the world.