HR magazine is the place to reach the most senior directors involved in people strategy. The industry-leading print title goes to a targeted controlled circulation of decision-makers and purchasers only. Built on the solid foundations of the print publication, is the online voice of the HR sector.

To find out more please contact HR magazine. Not sure yet? Then read what HR leaders have to say about the magazine

Helen Giles, executive director of people and governance St Mungo's Broadway
HR magazine stands out against other magazines in the HR space for both the range and quality of the content, and the integrity with which it presents a range of views objectively, while being prepared to put editorial backing behind important initiatives for the profession, such as better human capital reporting. It attracts really high quality contributors and promotes genuinely meaningful thought leadership for our profession. It strives to be relevant to HR professionals in all sectors”
Inji Duducu, people director – reward and employee services, Morrisons
“I subscribe to HR magazine because the contents are of interest to me – more so than other publications. The articles are relevant, often at the cutting edge of issues and aimed at a senior audience, addressing strategic and commercial issues. The topics often have comments and insights from other senior practitioners, and it’s great to get ideas from what others are doing in this area.

I use the print version because I can take it with me easily when travelling, and being old school, I can scribble notes in the margins!”
Elaine MacLean, group HR director, Legal & General
HR magazine stands out in the crowd of deadly dull HR publications. It has some life and energy and is prepared to be provocative. It is one of the few that I read, and the only one I actually enjoy reading. It is one of the things that gets put in my bag to read while I am travelling”
Stephen Moir, executive director of resources, City of Edinburgh Council
HR magazine is a great way to keep up with the news, trends and developments across the HR profession. The feature articles always provide strong and high quality insights into HR practice and draw upon leading practitioners and thinkers to inform, challenge and, really importantly, to cause me to reflect. While there are many other journals, subscriptions and online professional publications out there, HR magazine is the one I reach for first as a senior practitioner”
Tanith Dodge, group HR director, Value Retail
"The reason I am a big advocate of HR magazine is the breadth of coverage it offers. There is always a good interview with an insightful view of an HR director and I learn a lot from that. It has lots of ideas – it's great!"
David Fairhurst, chief people officer, McDonald's
"I enjoy picking up HR magazine and reading different perspectives and different ideas – things I wouldn't otherwise have thought of ... It often causes me to do an email or phone call to say, what are we doing about this, should we be doing something about this? That for me is the definition of a great magazine ... It creates stimulus and action for me as an HR director to do something ... HR magazine gives you that inspiration"
Will Hutton, principal, Hertford College, Oxford University and chair of the Big Innovation Centre
"It has a combination of news, in-depth features and comment and is very judicious. Events like the HR Most Influential are classic examples of what the magazine does ... I am pleased to say to people, read it!"
Lynda Gratton, professor of management practice, London Business School
"It really is important to get up to date information in the HR world and HR magazine does just that. So much is changing that a great HR director needs a constant source of information such as that provided by HR magazine."

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