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Finding and hiring the right people is often cited as the number one concern of businesses today. It seems we are all competing for the best and brightest workers. As you will see in our time together in the second course, a critical component of the People Manager Value Proposition is to hire talented people who enable the organization to achieve its strategic goals. This course is an introduction into the topic of recruitment, selection and onboarding. At the outset of the course we will explore the importance of linking recruitment goals with overall company strategy. We then look at a number of options to recruit and select employees both effectively and legally. Throughout the course we will examine current issues in talent acquisition, such as how companies are now leveraging social media and hiring analytics to ensure better quality hires. At the conclusion of the course, we look at how to onboard employees to promote employee commitment and engagement....

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25 nov. 2020

Great course to learn the theoretical background of HR management through practical applications. I highly recommend this course. Thank you all for the immense support provided throughout the course.


7 sept. 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.

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par Ritesh L

20 juin 2020

Really very useful course.

par Stephany C

29 mai 2021

excellent lessons!!! :)

par Ajda M

18 mai 2021

Nice structured course.


24 avr. 2020

It was interesting

par Valentin M

17 août 2017

very good course

par Caroline A

5 nov. 2016

Very interesting

par Neha R

25 déc. 2020

Its was to good

par Abdi W

20 juin 2017

great course!

par Leonardo F T

21 avr. 2020

Great Course

par MA S

26 mai 2020

Very Good

par Sara A M M

11 nov. 2020



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par Evgeny R

28 avr. 2020

Hand on heart and finally finishing this course, I am forced to write this review, since in my opinion it is one of the most uncomfortable I've seen on the Coursera platform.

The first thing I want to note is that it does not concern Specialization in general, because the first course with Professor Budd was fascinating and easy for me. The same course has a number of serious drawbacks. The first thing that catches your eye is a flaw and stupid factual errors, and I already wrote about this in previous forums. That is, I am watching a video in the middle of which a question comes out, the answer to which has not yet been submitted, but goes further in the text. How can I answer this question? But even if I completely copy the original text from the subtitles and paste it as an answer, it is still marked as incorrect!

Further, this is a grading system for the final exam, which is held every week. So, I found questions in it that I didn’t remember, because a nice woman lecturer speaks very interestingly about general concepts that are already clear, and the listener does not go into details when trying to understand the essence, but the question may include an answer which is not even one of the key ideas of the course. Instead, the answer to the question can be just a word hidden in the middle of a sentence, the mention of which does not carry any information at all, but for some reason is inserted into the question!

Well, and finally, if the test is done incorrectly, it is impossible to see exactly where you made a mistake, if the question includes the choice of several options: maybe I made a mistake only 1 time or all 2 times, how should I understand what my mistake is? The system simply poses this question as “wrong,” moreover, completely taking away my point (and not just taking away half, as it was in previous courses), which I consider to be unfair.

par Kevin T

3 août 2020

Content offers overall very good insights to someone who is completely new to recruitment and selection. I really appreciate that the content was laid out in a manner easy for anyone to follow. The only reason I'm not rating 5 stars is because there are issues with the audio in most of the videos - they were either too soft or not clear, and required the learner to attach to either good pair of headphones or speakers at maximum volume. Editting for the video could also be improved to enhance learning experience.

As someone who's been in recruitment for 6 years, I signed up for this course hoping to learn new insights. While there's nothing new, I'd say the content is a strong refresher for me and would definitely offer someone who's new in this field a solid foundation to start.

par Martina B

22 juil. 2021

The first 3 modules are great. All you need to know about Recruiting and Hiring. In module 4, the target group are no longer HR Professionals but managers who onboard. This is a completely different topic from my point of view and does not quite fit in here. As this module 4 content is nothing for HR professionals but for operational managers, The texts/questions of the test are sometimes not in the right format and some answers do not fit with some questions and the presentations are recorded in different volumes. This would need some rework to get 4 or five stars from my perspective. All in all it is good and helps to brush up or gain new knowledge in this area of expertise.

par Isabel M

7 mai 2016

The subject is interesting and the instructors both seemed very competent.

Still I wish the course had been better prepared as there were lots of sounds defects: you had to adjust the volume during each video which is tiresome. In the same idea, the questions during the course would pop up in mid-sentence, sometimes with too much anticipation with the subject at hand. Last, the questions in the assignments were sometimes not so much to check your understanding but your memory about a small detail like a % in a study that is already obsolete by the time we learn it...

All in all a great course, with great instructors but still room for improvement as a mooc.

par Alexander H

26 mai 2022

Great introduction to the world of recruitment and HR. Concise and valuable info in the lectures. Although the course material is in need of some revision. Videos - Occasionaly poor sound and video quality - Long pauses Quiz Questions - In week 4, some of the questions are in need of formatting (long long blank spaces apear on many answer items) - Too easy? Peer graded assignments - No assignments on week 2 and 3? - Lack of qualified feedback on the assignments - A lot of "learners" handing in gibberish or "uigrhhber ehbg ehbfelkwm noiwe" which is kind of demotivating