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TiA Magazine Content Submission

What we hope to achieve is to have an active HR community where we have a growing collection of good HR articles that advocate great HR practice in Asia. As such, spammers and service vendor advertisements are not welcomed in TiA. Readers have the ability to flag out any inappropriate content. Now, with our house rule stated, let's start writing HR history! 

TiA volunteers are ready to help you publish your content on TiA magazine. Simply fill up the form below and we will get to work for you. Once your content is published, you be sure that we will notify you. Feel free to click on the chat balloon on the bottom right should you need help or clarification from our TiA volunteer. 

We look forward in having your insightful, relevant, and useful content published for the world to see.  :-)


Quick Tips on writing articles for TiA Magazine

by Lim Zhi Rong, TiA HR Thought Leader

  1. Write with your head and heart, don’t write academically like thesis papers. When you write with your head and heart, your passion will show. Your thoughts will be easier to relate by the readers.
  2. Between 700-1000 words ideally. Busy professionals have short attention span. Before they read an article, they tend to scroll quickly and have a sense on the length first before investing the effort to read.
  3. Start with an end in mind. Write the opening statement and closing statement of your blog post first. Then fill in the body. This way, you stay focus on your objectives that you set out to communicate in the opening and stay relevant as you summarize in your closing.
  4. Lastly, be authentic and link it back to your personal experiences. This makes the post unique and you’re who you’re!

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Q1. I am a service provider, currently not an in-house HR professional. Can I advertise my service offerings here?

Spammers and service provider's service advertisement are not allowed on ThriveInAsia.com. However you are more than welcome to put forth your practical how-tos articles where readers, who are mainly HR practitioners or students, would find useful.

Q2. What topics can I write about?

All topics pertaining to Human Resources that can be practised in Asia are strongly encouraged. The question really is: What is considered as HR topics? We have broadly classified HR domains in ten categories: Employer Branding, Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Performance Management, Learning & Development, Employee Engagement & Culture, Total Rewards & Analytics, HR Governance & Operations, HR Career, and HR General Topics (which can cover anything HR that doesn't fit into the above-mentioned). When we have sufficient articles to warrant a separate category, we will create and organise accordingly.

Q3. Will I be liable for company misrepresentation when I contribute HR articles in ThriveInAsia.com?

ThriveInAsia.com is meant for fellow HR practitioners to share useful HR practices. To be appropriate and not be liable for company misrepresentation, content editors are advised to share HR practices without implicating their organisation negatively. Content editors may choose to declare their companies' good HR practices for PR purposes, and that is fine as long as content contributors are comfortable with it. Hence, it is apt to highlight ThriveInAsia.com disclaimer and stand on this topic: All content provided on ThriveInAsia.com is for informational purposes only. The owner and administrators of ThriveInAsia.com make no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. This disclaimer is found at the footer of every TiA webpage.