So You Want to Work in Human Resources
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So You Want to Work in Human Resources

Your Ultimate Field Guide to an HR Career
4.5 (21 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
1,099 students enrolled
Created by Daniel Space
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn an overview of the Human Resources function
  • An in depth explanation of each HR discipline
  • The skills and competencies needed to succeed within each discipline
  • How the disciplines interrelate to provide effective HR consultation to the business
  • How different HR careers can be found in non-traditional ways
  • A few examples of successful HR people who came from other disciplines
  • My advice, recommendations and strategies for how to "get into" HR
Requirements
  • Have a basic level understanding of business and a desire to learn about how HR works
Description

Hi!

If you are interested in working in the fascinating and lucrative department of Human Resources, than this is the course for you!

In this class I cover what HR is, how it's changed, and a deep dive into each of the major disciplines, the competencies and skills needed, as well as what career paths could look like.

I also talk about the ways people can get into HR, as well as analyzing and my recommendations on how to take advantage of critical opportunity points.

Who this course is for:
  • HR students
  • People who work in HR but want to move disciplines
  • Business people who are interested in working within HR
  • Entry level employees who are curious about the HR function
Course content
Expand all 10 lectures 01:09:57
+ Introduction
7 lectures 42:42

This is an introduction to Human Resources, my experience, and the agenda for the class

Preview 04:29

An overview of the Benefits department and possible career paths

Preview 06:19

An overview of the Compensation discipline and career path possibilities

The HR Disciplines: Compensation
06:36

An overview of the Learning and Development discipline and career path possibilities

The HR Disciplines: Learning and Development
05:01

An overview of the Recruiting discipline and career path possibilities

The HR Disciplines: Talent Acquisition (Recruiting)
07:08

An overview of the HRIS discipline and career path possibilities

The HR Disciplines: Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
05:09

An overview of the Human Resources Management discipline and career path possibilities

The HR Disciplines: Human Resources Management
08:00
+ Strategic HR vs Tactical HR
1 lecture 06:08

This is an overview of the differences between "Tactical" and "Strategic" HR and how to move towards strategic. It also briefly covers other niche HR areas that weren't covered in the major disciplines

Overview of Strategic vs Tactical HR
06:08
+ HR Career Planning
2 lectures 21:07

This section covers all of my recommendations, guidances and information on how to successfully transition or enter a career in Human Resources

Getting into HR
11:09

Discussing "Critical Points", how I applied them to my role, as well as how to recognize them in your own path. I also show several ways to transition into HR from non-traditional ways.

Recognizing Critical Points
09:58