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I love CiteHR because it gives me the opportunity to learn from other peoples experiences, problems and wisdom. Some of the contributors are outstanding. They respond to queries not only on the basis of opinions but clearly stating the applicable laws and best practices.
Why I Like CiteHR?

Well the question is really interesting and important for all of us and for this I would like to say thanks to Miniemmanuel

However, there is another question that I want to ask you all and seeking your valuable answers and suggestions but before going further I would like to answer the question asked by Miniemmanuel

I won't say that I like CiteHR but actually "I Love CiteHR" because this place gave the amount of knowledge, great learning, a number of friends and professional contacts and I feel like home to be here at CiteHR.

I agree with all the members/seniors said above. CiteHR is not just a knowledge base place or a place to seek answers of queries/questions but a community, a family where WE can share ourself, can discuss our all daily routine issues at work, can get practical and applied knowledge by seniors/experts, legal helps that helps us in our professional life in many ways at every stage without seeking any benefit, and doing the same with just a purpose of "to be social with profession".

Amount of study material and not just for students but for everyone, to extend/enhance knowledge, career guidance, help/sharing with jobs openings and many other professional and personal issues /discussions. There is almost everything available that one required to learn, to achieve his/her professional goals/targets but there are many things which I seriously don't like is the way people these days are treating our CiteHR.

-Duplicate /Repeat posting

-Cut-Copy-Paste job

-No Care approach (Posting without taking care of guidelines)

-No use of Search Options/provided suggestion

and so on..

Now the questions I want to ask you all is "What you don't like and development you want at CiteHR?"

I believe criticism as important as an appreciation that actually give us the facts and allow us to grow /develop more with best "feedback is important but we must just speak about positive but negative side of it too"

The every single member of Cite.Co is a family and contributing to something which we all knows are valuable to all of us and our future members.

Best of Luck to all

CITEHR is pool of professionals who advise most practicable approach to solving your day to day issues. It is more intersting to know what is happening in and around us specially in the HR domain. The site is very informative and people take time out from their busy schedules to tweet their thoughts on the issues raised.
I Love CiteHR because it is a "KNOWLEDGE TEMPLE" for me and we have to dig tons of "KNOWLEDGE" from the platform. Regards Ram
Very useful for me . Whenever I find time used this to upgrade my knowledge. Sitansu Sekhar Rath, M/s Odisha Power Generation Crop. Ltd. Bhubaneswar-23
Yeah this is good forum to learn and help others to learn.
A lot of real time cases are discussed which enhances the learning process. We do get a lot of very good suggestions to problems and how they can be resolved.
I do like this forum very much that is why I am here every day.
Let us make it better by exchanging knowledge also. sharing problems and finding solutions is a very good way to learn however, we can also start by sharing good experiences of how HR made a difference to the work environment.
Very few companies realise the importance of HR and the role it can play in the growth of an organization.
I suggest we start a thread on Talent Acquisition and how best this can be achieved.
All the very best to all those who visit this forum to share their knowledge as well as those who come to learn.
Ronald

I welcome criticism as a matter of fact I beg for it when members write to me directly. I ask them what they like and what they find missing - I ask them about things they might be finding somewhere else on other sites.
Unfortunately the space of professional networks is a space of loose personal ties which makes it difficult to create engaging content - for this, very early it was clear to us that politeness and inclusiveness was extremely important. Which means being a bit liberal with the rules, repeating the use case of the network to all new users (our welcome email, posting form all suggest search before posting). But things do get repeated and we are trying to surface the best stuff on the home pages and it'll improve with the addition of our newsroom layer.
Regards,
Sid

To all,

I'm subscribed to CITEHR for a few years now. It's the WALMART of professional (information sharing) from people of diverse backgrounds and experience. I've come across several well accomplished and modest human beings as a part of the community.

I am inspired by this verse which virtually sums up my feelings

Living is Giving

(excerpted from Denis Waitley's The Seeds of Greatness Treasury book)

by Denis Waitley

Living is giving your best self away,

Living is helping someone every day;

Living is giving more than you get,

It's treating an animal like a person, instead of a pet.

It's helping the handicapped across the street,

It's smiling at the new person at work that you meet;

It's respect for all nations, color and creeds,

It's sharing and caring for your neighbor's needs

One of God's greatest laws you can live and believe,

Is the more that you give, the more you'll receive!

I enjoy being a part of this wonderful community. I'll do my bit to keep the clock ticking.

Warm regards,

TSK. Raman

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Hello All,
While agreeing to what fellow members have said about Cite HR, I wish to sum up by saying that Cite HR is a great value addition to students, professionals, consultants and academia.
It would be nice if Cite HR is able to organize Webinars also on HR related topics conducted by Experts. I am sure there would be many members with proven expertise who would like to conduct such Webinars.
Best wishes for continual success, progress and growth....
r.s.patwardhan


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