Adejoke Oguntade-Adeboyejo HR Writer

Adejoke Oguntade-Adeboyejo HR Writer

What’s your first and last name? Adejoke Oguntade-Adeboyejo What’s your professional/educational background? Master’s degree, Industrial and Labour Relations, B.Sc. Degree in Wildlife Management How many years have you been writing? Ten years When did you start...

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How HR Podcasts Can Improve Your HR Writing

How HR Podcasts Can Improve Your HR Writing

Podcasts are all the rage these days. My husband has been a long-time podcast listener, but it’s only been in the last year or two that I’ve started tuning in.  If you’re reluctant to listen to podcasts, please consider these five ways that HR writer can use...

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How Writing Prompts Help You

How Writing Prompts Help You

Writing is a practice.  Becoming a better writer requires putting words on the page, just like becoming a better runner requires feet on the pavement. If you’re just starting out as an HR writer, it’s important to build your writing muscle. And, if you’re already...

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How a Style Guide Helps Writers

How a Style Guide Helps Writers

A style guide creates and defines the standards for an organization’s internal and external written communications. From emails, newsletters, blog posts and social media content to formal corporate documents, a style guide helps ensure your brand communication is...

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HR Thought Leaders You Should Follow

HR Thought Leaders You Should Follow

Photo by rob walsh on Unsplash If there’s one common trait among “HR people,” it’s that they are all about making connections with and between people. They’re working in a function that is dedicated to the people side of the business, after all.  When I started...

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Find Motivation in a Few, Simple Words

Find Motivation in a Few, Simple Words

In July 2019, I decided to start a practice of sharing a quote about gratitude every Friday. I was looking for a way to connect on social media, share a little good, and remind myself to live in a way that puts appreciation top of my mind. And I found that I really...

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Turning A Career Into A Freelance Niche

Turning A Career Into A Freelance Niche

Many thanks to Amanda Cross for inviting me to join her on her Ambitious Freelancer podcast. During our conversation, Human Resources Writing & Turning A Career Into A Freelance Niche, we covered a lot of great topics. In addition to being a blogger/podcaster,...

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How to Sell Your Freelance Writing Services

How to Sell Your Freelance Writing Services

It can seem daunting to find freelance writing jobs for beginners, so it helps to know where to look for clients and how to pitch them once you’ve found them. Remember that you are helping your clients solve a problem or improve their marketing efforts. You don’t need...

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5 Ways to Get Paid to Write

5 Ways to Get Paid to Write

You’ve decided to be an HR writer! Congratulations! Now it’s time to find your first assignments and get paid to write articles, posts, and other content related to HR. Network My first paid gig came from someone in my network. Let the people in your network know that...

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Create Content for Your HR Writing Brand

Create Content for Your HR Writing Brand

One of the questions I hear quite often from writers just starting out is, “how do I build my brand with content?” There are several ways to get yourself out there and build your writing portfolio to showcase your work for future clients. Let’s look at a few easy ways...

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