Fifteen New Modules Added to HR Genius for the Week of Oct. 23, 2017 Including Best Practices in High Volume Hiring, Leadership Styles, and More

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This week, fifteen new Human Resources (HR) lessons on the most up-to-date best practices have been added to HR.com’s HR Genius program, an innovative, educational program containing an unprecedented comprehensive HR library of more than 5,700 interactive mobile friendly elearning lessons.

HR.com has become the most popular destination for HR professionals to find on-demand resources and content. HR Professionals turn to HR.com as a trusted resource to continuously upgrade their knowledge, stay informed on the latest HR trends, best practices, and legislation while staying compliant and mitigate risk in the workplace. New and relevant learning modules, including free lessons, are added to the library each week for on-demand elearning access for learners to access any day or time at their convenience.

Some examples of this week’s featured HR Genius lesson modules include:
Reducing Presentation Anxiety by Cindy Ashton, Speaking Voice & Presentation Skills Trainer, Speaker, Performing Artist, Cindy Ashton International – “TV Host Cindy Ashton teaches you how to reduce anxiety when making presentations by understanding your learning styles and how they affect your performance strategy.”

What’s Your Leadership Style? by Janice Whiting, COO, icom4 Pty – “Leadership expert Janice Whiting walks us through the four leadership styles and helps us understand our own workstyle preferences in order to impact our ability to motivate and influence others.”

There are a number of Complimentary Lessons available every week including:
4 Ways to Revive your Recruitment Marketing by Katrina Kibben, Director of Marketing, Recruiting Daily – “Learn 4 tips that will help to generate more interest and traffic to your job postings.”

High Volume Hiring for Recruiters by Meredith Campbell, Recruiting Manager, Monster Worldwide – “Learn how to organize and implement a high volume recruitment strategy. Determine the candidates that will be the best fit and how to retain them.”

Complete List of HR GENIUS LESSONS Available

HR.com, the largest social network and human resources (HR) resource and educational site for HR professionals and HR related suppliers and vendors, is constantly refining free and subscription product offerings reaching more than 1.1 million HR professionals in their pursuit to “enable smart HR Professionals to be smarter”.

Those experts looking to become an HR Genius Instructor can join HR.com in educating HR professionals by sharing their expertise globally. Instructor Application Form

About HR.com
HR.com strives to help create inspired workforces by making HR professionals smarter. Over 1,100,000 HR professionals turn to HR.com as the trusted resource for education, career development, and compliance: 5,700+ lessons and tips in the HR Genius on-demand training library, 400+ webcasts yearly, the largest HR certification exam preparation practice supporting SHRM and HRCI certification, a global Leadership annual event, 12 monthly themed interactive HR epublications, and 35+ primary research reports. HR.com offers the best training and networking for HR professionals globally 24/7/365.

HR.com contact:
Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO
www.HR.com
dmcgrath@hr.com

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