About IHRIM Media
IHRIM Media consists of several multimedia publications that inform our members about current and emerging products, practices, and people related to HR Technology. IHRIM Media is the trusted source for vendor-neutral information and insights.
As a professional association, IHRIM serves a global audience of executive management and senior-level human resource and information technology leadership, academicians, researchers, students, and other thought leaders and visionaries.
Workforce Solutions Review (WSR)
IHRIM’s quarterly magazine is dedicated to increasing individual and organizational effectiveness in the workplace through visionary and evolving uses of technology. WSR also produces the Buyers Guide to HR Technology and other helpful resources for practitioners, educators, innovators, and administrators.
Technology Review Council (TRC)
TRC meets regularly to examine, assess, and discuss new HR Technologies from start-ups and mature suppliers. Solution innovators present their ideas and solutions to common HR-related problems with candid discussions held on a confidential basis to benefit IHRIM members,
non-IHRIM attendees, and the presenter.
Podcasts and Online Seminars
IHRIM offers self-paced, on-demand access to great HR Technology thought leaders and topics from around the world. Innovators and subject matter experts are profiled and interviewed about their contributions to this multidisciplinary profession.
Guidelines for Content Creators
We welcome all media ideas from IHRIM members and non-members who share the Association's passion for advancing HR-Tech practice.
Have an idea for an article, seminar, course, presentation, or podcast?
All assets published in WSR should primarily focus on human capital management (HCM), Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), or Human Resource Information Technology (HRIT). We define this as a nexus that includes human resource strategy and operations (e.g., benefits, recruiting, talent management, workforce management, payroll, et al) and the information technology solutions required to manage them. Articles may be considered for both digital and/or print publication, and all pitches are evaluated by the WSR Editorial Committee according to the following criteria:
Articles are accepted with the understanding that their content is the author’s original work and has not been previously published (in electronic or print format). They should not include an explicit sales pitch for any product or service.
IHRIM offers sponsorship opportunities for businesses, government agencies, and other organizations wishing to advertise.
If Your Pitch is Accepted
If your article idea is accepted for publication, we will share a formal author agreement for you to sign, as well as additional guidelines on formatting and desired length.
While we do not have a strict word count, most of our published articles are between 500 and 1,500 words. We have fewer restrictions for digital-only publication.
Articles may be edited for reasons of space, clarity and to conform to IHRIM’s editorial style guidelines.
Author Biography & Headshot
Please include a brief biography that includes your name, title, current company, or organization, academic or professional affiliations, relevant experience in the HR/HR technology field, educational background, and other relevant credentials. A high-resolution headshot in jpg format is also required.
Charts & Graphics
Any graphics (charts, figures, tables, and graphs, etc.) should be professionally prepared and submitted in a form suitable for electronic and print reproduction. Each should be captioned as figures or tables and be numbered sequentially in the text. They may be incorporated in the text for purposes of placement but should also be submitted separately. We can accept .jpg, .tif, or PDF. It is essential that all images provided are at least 300 kb (ideally higher).
If your article is accepted, you will be required to sign an author agreement, giving Workforce Solutions Review permission to publish your work.
WSR Editorial Board
The editors of Workforce Solutions Review are leading academics, consultants, and practitioners who source articles relevant to our industry and foster strategic thinking.
- Roy Altman
New York, NY
- Brian Buck
Senior Director, The Hackett Group Chicago, IL
- David Gabriel, Ed.D.
Global Reach Leadership
- Robert Greene
Senior HCM Value Consultant
Ultimate Kronos Group
- Steve Grossman
Clinton Rubin LLC, NY
- Jeff Higgins
CEO, Human Capital Management Institute
Marina Del Rey, CA
- Dennis Hill, Ph.D., HRIP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Sagacity, LLC (ret) | Consortium DeHR
- Janet Mertens
Josh Bersin Academy
- Bruno Querenet
HR executive, Splunk
- Michael Rudnick
CEO, Velaku LLC
- Anna Tavis, Ph.D.
Clinical Associate Professor, NYU
New York, NY