Key Resources - Books
An easy way of finding texts of interest to human resources is by using the Library catalogue. It is recommended that you always search the Library catalogue to identify specific titles, books (including e-books) and resources on a topic.
Combine terms from your topic using the Keywords search option. Use AND / OR / AND NOT (exclude a term) when searching for more than one term.
- “adult learning” AND training (both terms will appear in the record)
- “personnel management” or “human resource management” (either term will appear in the record)
Note: Use “quotation marks” for phrase searching.
General texts can be found using these broad shelf numbers:
|Human resource management / personnel management||658.3|
|Employee recruitment and selection||658.311|
|Human resource information systems||658.300285|
|Training and development||658.3124|
|Organizational behaviour / sociology||302.35|
|Diversity in the workplace||658.3008|
|Occupational health and safety||363.11 or 363.119651|
|Leadershhip||303.34 or 658.4092|
Key Resources - Dictionaries/Encyclopedias/Handbooks
Key Resources - Current Professional Practice Publications
CCH Law Libraries provide current, full-text coverage of a broad range of Australian human resource practitioner information: from day to day management issues, employment law to best practices in the workplace. After connecting, locate the desired topic in the left-hand panel by clicking on + and – icons to expand and collapse items. Topics of interest to human resources include Employment and HR, Industrial Relations, Occupational Health & Safety and Workers Compensation.