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HRM (Human Resource Management) Research: A Quick Guide

HRM research can be challenging. It is an interdisciplinary field, demanding knowledge of sources in business, psychology, law, and even medicine at times. This Quick Guide will get you started.

Government Web Sites

The U.S. government can be a rich source of information if you know where to look; here's some places to get started.

Centers, Institutes, and Associations

A collection of links to the home pages of non-governmental organizations, think tanks, societies, etc.

HR Portals

PORTALS are collections of links to websites on a specific subject.  They can be a useful way to find Internet information BUT, be aware that some portals, especially those created by businesses, include more commercial websites than links to scholarly information.  Always double check an Internet site for accuracy and currency.  Who wrote it?  What is its purpose?


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