HR.Com Partners with Fifty Lessons

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Aurora, Ontario — Sept. 18, an online community and social network for HR professionals, has partnered with Fifty Lessons, a media company, to provide the human capital industry with access to the knowledge and wisdom of the world’s most respected and influential business leaders.

Designed to inspire and motivate aspiring leaders by using the power of storytelling, Fifty Lessons videos feature the world’s most accomplished business leaders sharing personal, hard-won business lessons.

These short and engaging four- to five-minute videos capture their experience, insights and knowledge in a way that speaks to the hearts and minds of leaders everywhere.

The library is home to more than 550 videos that address a wide-range of business management challenges.

“We’re thrilled to be providing our Premier Members with free access to the Fifty Lessons video library, and we hope our entire community of 150,000-plus global HR professionals take full advantage of the value these videos offer,” said Debbie McGrath, CEO. “Fifty Lessons brings important stories to light in a way that can change and positively impact the way leaders and potential leaders think, act and perform.”

Individual subscription packages for Fifty Lessons will be available for purchase on’s online marketplace.

In addition, corporations and organizations looking to add Fifty Lessons videos into their training and management programs can purchase enterprisewide solutions through an sales representative.

”We’re delighted to support on its mission to provide the HR community with highly engaging content resources,” said Andy Hasoon, Fifty Lessons CEO. “While we’re finding a broad range of applications for the video library, giving HR professionals access to short, engaging and applicable video lessons continues to be the core of our business.

“Our partnership with allows HR professionals to access our library in an unprecedented way and incorporate highly engaging video content into training and development efforts of any size.”

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