Landman Library

Subject Guide: Human Resources Management

Subject Specific Databases

ABI/INFORM GlobalFull text, 1990s to present. Comprehensive business database which includes in-depth coverage for over 2,700 publications, with more than 2,000 available in full text including the Wall Street Journal. ABI Inform Tutorial.

Business Source Elite. Full-text, 1985-present.1,100 business journals and newspapers.

General/ Related Databases

Academic Search Premier. Some full-text, 1970s – present. More than 4,500 journals on all different subjects: psychology, business, education, chemistry, and more. Academic Search Premier Tutorial.

OMNISelect. Full-text, 1980s – present. Contains all the same journals as Wilson Select Plus, but with a different search interface. 2,700 journals from many fields, including: business, education, social sciences, science.

HRM Reference Books

The Human Resources RevolutionReference HF5549 .H8745 2006. This collection presents research evidence and company examples developed over the past decade showing how to create organizations that add value to investors, customers and employees.

Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit OrganizationsNET LIBRARY (E-BOOK). Proactively manage change in an environment of tighter budgets, competition from private organizations, increasing workforce diversity, and job obsolescence brought about by shifts in technology.

AMA Management Handbook. Reference HD31 .A418 1994. Published by the American Management Association, this volume provides business management insights from more than 200 experts in the field.