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Sous-titres : Anglais, Vietnamien, Coréen

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OnboardingRecruitingHuman Resources (HR)Recruitment
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Recommandé : 4 weeks of study, 3-5 hours/week...
Langues disponibles

Anglais

Sous-titres : Anglais, Vietnamien, Coréen

Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

Semaine
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6 heures pour terminer

Aligning Recruitment and Selection with Company Strategy

In this module, we will lay the important foundation for the course: aligning recruitment and selection practices with your overall company strategy. We will apply the framework of systems theory to understand the interdependent components of the organization and how our plan is affected by internal and external environmental factors. We will explore the importance of workforce planning and, finally, conclude this module with a look at the core components of the hiring process: job design, job analysis,and job descriptions. ...
Reading
15 vidéos (Total 121 min), 3 lectures, 6 quiz
Video15 vidéos
1.1.1 Welcome to Class3 min
1.1.2 About Amy, Your Instructor3 min
1.1.3 A Systems View of Recruitment and Selection6 min
1.1.4 Amy's Six Tips7 min
1.2.1 Strategic Alignment9 min
1.2.2 Internal Environment4 min
1.2.3 External Environment7 min
1.2.4 Workforce Planning9 min
1.3.1 Labor Shortage Options9 min
1.3.2 Internal Vs. External Hires10 min
1.3.3 Strategic Workforce Planning Interview with Colin Partridge, Senior HR Director at Carlson Wagonlit Travel6 min
1.4.1 Job Analysis15 min
1.4.2 Job Descriptions7 min
1.4.3 Job Design14 min
Reading3 lectures
Helpful Human Resource Professional Associations10 min
IRS Website: Employee or Independent Contractor?10 min
Great Site for Information on Jobs- Very helpful when creating job descriptions!10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Course Introduction10 min
Workforce Planning Part One10 min
Workforce Planning Part Two10 min
Foundations of Hiring10 min
Aligning Recruitment and Selection with Company Strategy20 min
Semaine
2
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3 heures pour terminer

Recruitment: Finding the Best Candidates

In this module, we take a look at the macro-level strategic considerations in recruiting. We also will examine what makes an effective recruiter, along with where to find prospective employees. Current issues in recruiting are discussed, such as using social media and mobile technology. We then take time to focus on important legal and ethical issues in recruiting, and we wrap up this module with a look at recruitment from a global perspective. ...
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 58 min), 5 lectures, 3 quiz
Video9 vidéos
2.1.2 Leveraging the Employer Brand6 min
2.1.3 Recruiter Effectiveness5 min
2.2.1 Recruitment Interview with Colin Partridge, Senior HR Director at Carlson Wagonlit Travel6 min
2.2.2 Go Mobile6 min
2.2.3 Passive Recruiting8 min
2.3.1 Recruiting Ethically - Interview with Rand Park, Senior Lecturer8 min
2.3.2 Cultural Fit6 min
2.3.3 Diversity6 min
Reading5 lectures
Video: Become a LinkedIn Search Ninja: Advanced Boolean Search Techniques10 min
How Does General Mills Use Social Media in Recruitment?10 min
U.S. Department of Labor Website10 min
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Website10 min
WSJ Article: Are You Disabled? Your Boss Needs to Know10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
HR Hiring Responsibilities10 min
Sourcing the Best Talent10 min
Recruitment: Finding the Best Candidates20 min
Semaine
3
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3 heures pour terminer

Selection: Choosing the Best Candidates

In this module, we examine the selection process. Like the first two modules, we start from the big picture - what is selection and how do we tie it to strategic goals? We then explore the important legal considerations (U.S. laws) and other best practices in selection, such as avoiding biases and conducting background checks. Next we will see a number of different selection tools you can use to make a better hiring decisions. Lastly, we wrap up the third module by creating and presenting offers to candidates, and analyzing our hiring process for effectiveness. ...
Reading
14 vidéos (Total 125 min), 5 quiz
Video14 vidéos
3.1.2 Revisiting Strategy: Selection Criteria5 min
3.1.3 Selection Interview with Colin Partridge, Senior HR Director at Carlson Wagonlit Travel6 min
3.2.1 Biases8 min
3.2.2 Background Checks9 min
3.2.3 Selection Method Standards7 min
3.2.4 Tell Me About Yourself3 min
3.3.1 Selection Tools14 min
3.3.2 Effective Interviewing Part One15 min
3.3.3 Effective Interviewing Part Two9 min
3.4.1 Candidate Evaluation8 min
3.4.2 Creating and Presenting the Offer Package10 min
3.4.3 Hiring Analytics Primer7 min
3.4.4 Recruitment and Selection Summary4 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Selection Overview Process10 min
Legal Considerations in the Selection Process10 min
Selection Methods and Tests10 min
Program Measurements10 min
Choosing the Best Candidates20 min
Semaine
4
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4 heures pour terminer

Special Topic: Onboarding

In module four we will be talking about bringing on your new hire. Having just recruited and hired a new employee, you want to be sure that new employee gets up to speed as quickly as possible and becomes an engaged and excited member of your team. Module four will talk about how to work through a great onboarding process and why that matters to an employee's engagement with the organization....
Reading
13 vidéos (Total 84 min), 5 quiz
Video13 vidéos
4.1.2 Onboarding as Part of Employee Engagement5 min
4.1.3 Your Return on Investment for Doing Onboarding Well4 min
4.2.1 Onboarding is the Beginning of Your Work Relationship6 min
4.2.2 Creating the Tools to Make Onboarding Easier11 min
4.2.3 Bringing on an Individual11 min
4.3.1 Getting Yourself Ready for the New Hire5 min
4.3.2 Talking with the New Hire Before They Start3 min
4.3.3 Working with your Current Team5 min
4.3.4 Setting Up a Welcoming Environment5 min
4.4.1 Creating an Engaging Workplace7 min
4.4.2 Developing Your Employees6 min
4.4.3 Performance Management and Your New Hire3 min
Quiz4 exercices pour s'entraîner
Bringing on a New Employee10 min
Building a Great Onboarding Experience10 min
Setting the Stage for the New Hire10 min
Beyond Onboarding10 min
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par SBSep 8th 2017

It was amazing. Thoroughly enjoyed the entire bit of this course. Very interactive. Took a lot from this course. Very happy. Hoping to enroll for more courses in future. Thanks once again Coursera.

par WSMay 29th 2017

This course took me longer than I wanted coz of my work but I'm proud to say I learnt a lot about on-boarding and interviewing staff. Thank you very much Amy and your team and my fellow students.

Enseignants

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Amy Simon

Senior Lecturer
Department of Work and Organizations
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Stacy Doepner-Hove

Director, Masters in Human Resources and Industrial Relations program
Carlson School of Management, Department of Work and Organizations

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