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Labor Studies and Employment Relations: Home

Guide to library resources in labor studies and employment relations.

Getting Started with RUL

What You Will Find In This Guide

This guide is intended for students & researchers at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. The guide covers both general and specialized topics in the areas of labor studies, employment relations, work and society, history, law and legislation, unions, occupational safety & health, and implications on the global workforce and specific groups such as women, immigrants and minority populations. The guide highlights specific resources such as books, journals, media, web resources and statistical data.

Labor Relations & HR Librarian

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Julie Peters
James B. Carey Library
Labor Education Center (Cook Campus)
50 Labor Center Way
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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