HR.com Enters Partnership with AthenaOnline

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<p><strong>Aurora, Ontario &mdash; July 10&nbsp;</strong><br />HR.com and AthenaOnline have entered into an agreement that will allow HR.com to sell individual and enterprisewide AthenaOnline subscriptions to its online community and social network of 150,000 global members. </p><p>In addition, HR.com&rsquo;s Premier Members will receive free access to Athena&rsquo;s extensive online knowledge library, which includes more than 1,000 short video briefings on subjects from creativity to organizational strategy.<br /><br />&ldquo;This partnership with AthenaOnline offers our membership tremendous value in that it answers a critical need for fast, reliable and easy-to-access learning,&rdquo; said Debbie McGrath, HR.com CEO. &ldquo;Athena&rsquo;s just-in-time knowledge-delivery system allows us to deliver critical concepts, strategies and tactics directly to our community and network of global HR professionals. </p><p>&quot;HR.com&rsquo;s commitment to shared knowledge on best practices, trends, industry news and ongoing HR education, makes our partnership with Athena a natural fit.&rdquo;<br /><br />The Athena Business Knowledge Library is a collection of more than 1,000 short video briefings (Athena SmartBytes) and articles by renowned consultants, authors and educators. </p><p>SmartBytes provide a quick overview of key management and leadership subjects through online video and is presented by leading-edge thinkers such as Homa Bahrami, Judith Bardwick, Marshall Goldsmith, Mitchell Marks, Larraine Segil and Al Vicere.</p><p> Topics range from coaching and feedback skills to merger and acquisition issues. Information is delivered in five minutes or fewer, allowing employees to get back to their jobs quickly and apply what they&#39;ve learned.<br /><br />&ldquo;We have always considered HR.com to be one of the best sources of information for global HR professionals,&rdquo; said Jon Peters, AthenaOnline CEO. &quot;We&rsquo;re very excited about this partnership, the synergies it offers and the benefits that it will provide to the HR community.&rdquo;</p>

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