Lars Schmidt on the Value of HR Open Source for All

What would happen if HR practitioners had access to a robust network of peers all around the world who were implementing progressive and innovative practices – and willing to share exactly why and how they did it? That was a driving question that led Lars Schmidt to create the HR Open Source initiative.

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