Tips for Academic Authors
Scholars offer valuable insights on the pages of HR Magazine. Yet the writing style should remain decidedly unacademic, with no footnotes or lengthy references. Most articles feature interviews with at least three HR professionals and focus on identifying workplace trends and offering practical solutions to common everyday workplace problems. Examples of articles written by scholars include:“Change Your View of Leadership”“Lessons from the HR Trenches”“Phasing Out Face Time”Compensation
Upon acceptance of a written manuscript, your honorarium for this service will be 10 copies of the magazine with your article in it and permission to post the article, excluding artwork, on your Internet site, for educational purposes only, should you desire.
Permission to post HR Magazine articles may be obtained by contacting Editorial Coordinator Jennifer Chinworth