Guest Contributions




Let’s humanize the world of work together.

About Our International HR & Business Online Magazine

At The Humans of HR, we share high quality International Human Resources & Business content for our readers in over 120 countries. What makes our publication different? A human-centric theme, a diverse perspective, and a science-oriented approach on an open-access platform.

We believe that there are talented HR & Business professionals all over the world, that cross-national knowledge sharing is important, and that people of every background should have access to quality educational material. We are committed to elevating the work of a diverse body of professionals and the global scientific community.

While most media outlets with educational content are highly exclusive, we have decided to be fully inclusive. In an attempt to keep our content open and available to our global audience, we’re always accepting Guest Contributions from professionals that feel aligned with our values, our ambition to provide high-quality educational content to people all over the planet, and our mission to humanize the world of work.


Contributor Q&A


a) What is a Guest Contributor?

At The Humans of HR, a Guest Contributor is a person that creates and shares written content for our readers on a voluntary basis.

b) Who can become a Guest Contributor?

We’re currently seeking international contributing writers with a background in HR, Business, Psychology & other related fields.

c) What kind of article topics is The Humans of HR interested in posting?

If you have been following us, you know we’re all about human centricity. What we are most interested in posting is articles on topics such as the following:

Diversity & Inclusion, Wellbeing at Work, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Learning & Development, Personal Development, Career Coaching, Mentoring, Corporate Social Responsibility, and others surrounding HR, Employment & Business.

d) Are there any writing rules?

There are certain quality standards that our writers need to respect in order to get published. Our writing guidelines cover the type of citation that should be used in addition to other general rules. If your profile is approved to join our team of contributors, we will send you the guidelines.

At The Humans of HR, we are proud of our high standard for writing that respects content creators & the scientific community. We strive to publish only the most relevant high-quality content with our readers.

e) How do contributions work?

Contributions can be made on a one-time, intermittent or regular basis. It is up to each individual to decide how often to post.

f) What do contributors get in return for their content?

The Humans of HR is currently being read in over 120 countries. We offer international exposure of your professional profile and/or business, as well as the chance to get featured as one of our contributors.

Whether your objective is to work on your personal brand, your business brand, or your company’s employer brand, publishing at The Humans of HR has its benefits. Although we cannot guarantee a specific reach for your content, we do our best to spread the word. After all, our purpose is to inspire others to humanize the world of work – and we need people to find your content in order to achieve that goal.

g) Which languages is The Humans of HR posting content in?

We are currently posting content in English & Spanish. We may start posting content in other languages in the future.

h) What type of content does The Humans of HR post?

At The Humans of HR, we post three different types of content:

  • Inspirational Content.
  • Educational Content.
  • Advertorial Content.
i) Can companies post promotional content at The Humans of HR?


Yes. We are currently accepting and creating promotional content from scratch for companies & individuals. In contrast to our inspirational & educational content, this kind falls under our advertorial category. It must comply with our guidelines and with our human-centric vision, just like any other published piece.

The published content will have an associated cost. Due to the nature of the content, the author or interviewee will not be featured as a guest contributor at The Humans of HR.

j) What do candidates need to do to become contributors?

If you are interested in guest posting, you can send us your application using the form below. If you know someone that might be interested in guest posting other than yourself, spread the word.



Guest Contributor

Application Form