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MHRC: Management of Human Resources Cohort: Streaming Videos
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Library Video Databases
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Films on Demand - Provides streaming films from sources such as Films for the Humanities and Sciences and Cambridge Educational. Kanopy - Provides streaming videos on a variety of subjects; includes titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more. Alexander Street Videos - Multidisciplinary collection contains thousands of videos.
Films on Demand Segment from "Finding a Job" (13:11 min)
Some human resources professionals advise job seekers to create personal homepages or blogs to supplement their resumes. Resumes should be mistake-free, honest, and make use of relevant key words
Films on Demand Segment from "Human Resources Function" (2:29 min)
A job description details the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of available positions. A personal profile may establish requirements in education and work experience. Discrimination must be avoided in job recruitment.
Films on Demand Segment from "Human Resources Function" (2 min)
Most interviews are conducted on a one-on-one basis. HR wants to know about the knowledge the job seeker brings, the skills he or she possesses, and how the person thinks through things, and how well the person complies with safety procedures.