Labor, Worklife, and Industrial Relations: Sources of Information

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Peter B. Allison
Psychology Press, 1984 - Political Science - 128 pages
A significant volume of work focusing on sources of information on labor, worklife, industrial relations, and personnel management. Valuable to both librarians and researchers, each chapter offers new sources of information or casts familiar sources in a new light. The selection of topics discussed--from association publications to databases and from journals and bibliographies to statistical releases and organizational referral points--reflect the diverse perspectives of library practice. Beyond alerting professionals to new sources of information, several of the contributors offer useful information about the strengths and weaknesses of information sources that many librarians use regularly but seldom scrutinize carefully.
 

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Contents

Online Access to Literature in Industrial and Labor
21
Findings
27
Summary
34
Personnel Management Indexes
51
A Selected Guide to Bibliographic
63
Indexes and Abstracts
70
Statistics
76
A Guide
87
The BLS and Beyond
101
Sources of Data on the Labor Force
112
Gaps
118
Conclusion
127
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