Twitter has 15 million UK users, and that figure is only set to swell.
With social media becoming increasingly ubiquitous in everyday life, the modern HRD needs to keep abreast of the ever-shifting plates that form the function - especially as more Millennials - who are active on an average of 4.13 social network sites, according to GlobalWebIndex - enter the workforce.
But, with so many Twitter accounts and too little time, how can one ensure they get the most 140-character quality for their buck?
The Euromoney Learning Solutions Powerlist 100 acknowledges and ranks the most influential businesses, publications, and individuals discussing L&D, HR, and company culture - via Klout.
Therefore, it is an ideally placed barometer for those who want to follow the main players, conversation instigators, and informers.
So, the top 20 accounts for HR to follow on Twitter can be seen on the next page...