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Human Resources

Finding HR literature at the University of Chicago Library

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This guide offers basic information about how to find books, articles, journals, and government information relating to human resource management, including such topics as recruiting, onboarding, performance management, organization  development, and statistics, laws and legislation.

The online and print collections of the Library encompass all areas of HR management.  The Library's online collections, generally the best place to start for HR information, provide access to current and historical journals, articles, books on business and HR topics, and government information.  The print collections provide access to business literature, historical journals, articles and government information.  

Click on the tabs above for assistance in finding books, journals, articles and government information.  For more information about Library resources, or for help in finding what you need, use the Ask a LIbrarian feature on this page.

Scan and Deliver

Scan & Deliver provides digital scans from books and journals in the general collections of the University of Chicago Library. The service is available exclusively to current University of Chicago faculty, students, and staff.

Full details, including directions on submitting requests, are on our Scan & Deliver Guide

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