The fundamental core of the HTN’s content and editorial process is a three-part philosophy—community articles must aim to inspire, and/or provoke thought, and/or help fellow community members
Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 09, 2013
The Human Talent Network, a talent website aimed at providing engaging news, commentary, and opinion on issues of talent, human resources, industrial psychology, and social psychology amongst others, is seeking contributors who can help inspire action, provoke thought, and help other apply.
The Human Talent Network (HTN) was recently launched in Washington DC, with a solid initial fellowship in both the academic and business sides of the social sciences.
The website features an advanced rating system for contributions made by the network’s members, a dedication to a broad topic base including covering issues rarely covered by other sites due to their depth and general requirement for high quality, and excellent integration with social media networks to enhance its contributors’ brand and disseminate new information quickly for those who seek it.
The fundamental core of the Human Talent Network’s content and editorial process is a three-part philosophy—community articles must aim to inspire, and/or provoke thought, and/or help fellow community members apply knowledge.
In fact, the rating system built into the humantalentnetwork.com includes both editor and user submitted ratings, for community submitted articles. HTN aims that community members will rate the content that they believe is best, and then that content will be given more time on the front page, for more visitors to see it.
Contributors seeking to share their creative thoughts and ideas are advised to visit the website, familiarize themselves with the Human Talent Network, visit the “Contribute” link, and download the Human Talent Networks editorial guidelines.
Contributors can also visit our various social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, or Google plus.
About the Human Talent Network
The Human Talent Network is a portal for engaging, debating, and learning about issues of the social sciences from both the practice and research perspectives. The network seeks to provide a window to the public on the salient social issues of the day, and to connect those who apply the social sciences with those who research it in hopes of improving, increasing, and enhancing collaboration in the field.