Looking at Case Studies can be a valuable resource when doing research in HRM.
Follow the link below to the Case Study Research Guide that has tricks and tips for finding Case Studies on any business topic.
Peer review is part of the publication process of scholarly articles. Professionals and scholars in the field read the manuscript to ensure that it is up to the standards of the journal.
Finding peer reviewed articles can be as simple as checking a box on the search page of Business Source Complete or ProQuest databases. If you're searching elsewhere and aren't sure whether an article is peer reviewed, your best bet is to go to the journals website (use Google to find it). Editorial policy is usually published under "about us" links or guidelines for authors.
Search for print books and DVDs on the shelf at the library.
Find publications on the shelf at the library and online.
When searching for Human Resources materials in the Library Catalog by subject heading, the search term "personnel management" should be used. When searching by keyword(s), either human resource* or personnel management phrases can be used.
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