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Human Resource and Organizational Management: Getting Started

Before You Start Your Research

Doing research in Human Resource and Organizational Management can be challenging.  It is an interdisciplinary field, demanding knowledge of information resources in psychology, sociology, law, business, and even at times medicine and chemistry.

This guide is developed primarily for undergraduate and graduate students engaged in Human Resource Management programs at Rutgers University.  It may also be useful to students in related business courses that cover employment issues, such as staffing, compensation, benefits, disabilities, diversity, and employment law.  Many sections, particularly the Web Resources and Organization pages, can be used by practitioners in the field.   

Labor Relations & HR Librarian

Julie Peters
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