Are these problems familiar to you? Are 90% of HR people familiar with them?
Having to be torn between recruitment, onboarding, development and employee motivation
Management asks to launch employer brand, describe company culture, build employee performance appraisal system
Employees are not motivated, resist change
Want to automate everything, but don't know how
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The HR Generalist is not just an HR manager, but an expert who possesses basic knowledge in several HR disciplines and is the only HR manager in the company. He is the prototype of an HR director
After the HR generalist training course
You will not only acquire a complete set of HR Generalist knowledge, skills and tools, but will also build your company's recruiting and onboarding processes, build your employer brand, and learn how to organise employee training.
But that's not all You will also describe the corporate culture, create an offboarding process, develop your EVP and form a Total Rewards package
And most importantly I will teach you how to align your work with the business, understand the business and employees, lead projects, sell your ideas to management and prove the effectiveness of your solutions
Career HR Generalist
Usually a HR-begginer or HR specialist who is only responsible for 1-2 functions, such as recruitment and training and has no particular knowledge of HR Average income $500-$1000
HR Generalist (you are here)
This is the "HR Director in a single person" of a small company of 10 to 100 people. He most often does not have a team, but has broad expertise in all HR areas Average income $1000-2000
Head of HR (or here)
Usually, it is the HR Generalist after the company has grown beyond 100 people. He or she already has an emerging team, so management skills need to be developed. HR expertise equals HR Generalist expertise Average income $2,000-$3,000
Usually in companies of 300 people or more. Manages a team of 5 or more people, focuses more on strategic issues and development of top management Average income $3,000-$5,000
Why choose this HR Generalist course
There are many courses on the internet, what makes this training different
15 years of practical experience
Mike has worked for Wargaming, Alfa Bank, TV channel STB, Preply, iDeals. He was responsible for recruitment, training, motivation, remuneration, business partnerships. Created strategies, supervised HR work in several countries, worked with leading consulting companies: EY, KornFerry, DDI, SHL, 280Group, Ecopsy, Hudson and others.
Mike is the author of the HR competency model built on the best international standards: CIPD, SHRM, HRCI, HCI. He also represents HRCI in Ukraine and prepares students for international certification. He teaches the Josh Bersin and Dave Ulrich approach and uses Mercer and Deloitte research
10 years in online education
Transferring knowledge and building skills in Online Courses is a talent not given to everyone. Mike has trained over 5,000 students, over 100 lecturers on his unique methodology, and are now leading lecturers at other online schools
The most up-to-date knowledge
Every year there are many updates in HR, new research, tools, approaches. Books are published, competency models are updated. Mike is an active member of the international HR community, regularly updates his courses
How we teach
You watch the recorded sessions at your own pace and study the material
Homework checked by the course author
Each webinar has a practical task that you have to do
Each homework assignment is checked personally by the author of the course and feedback is given. If necessary, he/she will ask you to improve it so that the result is of high quality and useful for your company.
Developing a skill
Through learning in the classroom and putting what you learn into practice, as well as feedback from the course author, you don't just listen to lectures, but immediately build skills and develop as a professional
The course is a bombastic one! In just 12 sessions I received an unreal amount of knowledge, both about the role of HR Generalist and what business processes they can and should be involved in. And the huge number of tools is something (by the way, very easy and understandable to use) - thank you very much for that! And even if you don't understand something, Mike will literally explain in two sentences: what, how and for what, in simple terms about the complex. A few classes during the course even touched the processes taking place in the company, so all the information was on time and as valuable as possible. So the 'course without water' is just about the academy of Mike Pritula! Thanks again!
I really enjoyed the training, the content of the course, the homework and the individual approach to checking them. Mike's involvement and attention to even the smallest details was felt. Everything was clear, to the point and as applicable as possible. I have implemented a lot of what I learnt in my work and already got results 👍🏼 Already started the next course and I recommend it to everyone!
I really enjoyed the training! Everything is clear, straightforward and the information is not to be found on the internet. The homework assignments are very cool, you can deeply pump up the knowledge you've gained and it stays in your head. Mike shares and presents information intelligently and knowledgeably, I would say - easily and professionally - BRAVO! I am more than confident that this is the first, but not the last course for me at Mike Pritula Talent Academy! After the HR Generalist course, I feel like a professional (I can do everything)). Thank you so much!!!
This course is an incredible filler of practice and up-to-date theory. Every assignment in the company was useful and pointed out what to work with and how. At the end of the course I feel competent in HR topics and business processes. I am grateful for the valuable information from the academy and wish further development. And for those in doubt about whether or not to take the course, ask yourself: "do you know much?" probably not, there is never a limit to improvement and it's brave to learn trends in this area.