Are you a business or HR professional who overcame a workplace challenge and want to share tips and advice with your peers?
Whether it's about employee engagement, recruitment strategies, DEI or anything else, share your story with us and reach 3M+ monthly web visitors.
Our guest writers will receive the following benefits:
Workable Resources is a collection of stories, insights, tutorials and templates that are designed to help busy HR and business professionals do their job better — whether it’s filling a role in their company, establishing a recruitment system and process, or managing complex hiring, budgeting and reporting.
Our audience is also interested in larger, ongoing themes around business strategy, processes and management – especially when it involves their employees. This may include diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI), employee experience, candidate experience, employer branding, digital transformation, business growth and continuity, workforce planning, and more.
We recommend pitching stories that are relevant to this audience. A good first step is to have a look at what we already have in our site and get familiar with what we like in our content.
Workable likes stories that include any or all of the following elements:
Workable will not accept any posts of the following nature:
While we can be flexible on wordcount, we appreciate content that’s no less than 800 words and no more than 2,000 words. Nevertheless, every word must count. Keep your paragraphs short and succinct, with plenty of subheadings – our audience is comprised of busy professionals, so let’s make it easy for them to digest our content.
Use the form to pitch your story. Be as specific but brief as possible! Please only submit one story. After your story has been through the initial process, we will invite you to submit additional stories.
Within approximately two weeks, a Workable team member will email you with either an approval or rejection. If rejected, you will receive a notice via email with the reason for rejection. Standard reasons for rejection include: not relevant to audience, not unique/interesting for audience, or topic does not fit within our existing strategy.
Upon written notification of approval, you will be free to write your post. If approved, we will send you an email with tips to be successful! Articles must be sent within three months of approval. Articles not submitted in this timeframe are subject to the approval process again.
When your post is ready, submit your post using this form. We’ll also ask that you include your author bio, a professional headshot, and up to five high-resolution photos related to the post (such as your office or employees). Once an article is submitted to Workable, we reserve rights to edit, publish, or not publish.
As mentioned above, we reserve the right to edit the article as needed. Substantial edits, such as reworking the outline of the piece or changing the underlying intent of the piece, will be sent back to you for final approval. Simple edits, such as grammatical edits, sentence restructure, or content reorders, will not go back to you for final approval.
In rare cases, upon receiving an article, we may choose not to publish it. However, we realize your time is valuable and we will work with you to the best of our ability to make the final product suitable for publishing. We will personally notify you if the piece will not be published.
Once the post is published, we will send you a live link to the article so you can share throughout your networks!