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Preparing for MSSHRMLead 2013

by: Kyle Jones

We are busy preparing for #MSSHRMLead 2013.   This event is meant to showcase Human Resources in Mississippi and provide a learning opportunity to those who attend. I made the video below in preparation of the event.  I hope everyone enjoys.

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