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Organizational Administration and Behavior

Organizational Administration and Behavior

 

Databases |  JournalsLibrary of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)Online ResourcesAssociationsOrganizational Administration and Organizational Behavior Education

 


 

Databases

 


 

Journals


 

Library of Congress Subject Headings

  • Corporate Culture
  • Employees–Rating of
  • Human Capital
  • Industrial management
  • Industrial organization
  • Industrial productivity
  • Industrial relations
  • Industrial sociology
  • Job satisfaction
  • Labor
  • Labor economics
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor movement

  • Labor supply
  • Labor unions
  • Minorities–Employment
  • Organizational behavior
  • Organizational change
  • Performance standards
  • Personnel management
  • Psychology, Industrial
  • Public Administration
  • Strategic planning
  • Supervision of employees
  • Supervisors
  • Women–Employment
  • Working class


 

Online Resources

Government

  • Bureau of Labor Statistics – Business, labor, and economic statistics.
  • Department of Labor – Employment and labor issues.
  • Employment and Training Administration (ETA) – A division within the U.S. Department of Labor which provides information on “high quality job training, employment, labor market information, and income maintenance services primarily through state and local workforce development systems.
  • National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) – Federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness; part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • National Labor Relations Board – “…an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law governing relations between unions and employers in the private sector.” The site includes NLRB publications, forms, and decisions.
  • Occupational Information Network – Under the US Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, this site offers occupational information useful to employers and workers. It lists job titles, skills, and expectations according to the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system. It also includes employee training information.
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Enforces workplace safety laws and regulations. Site includes numerous online tools that promote workplace compliance.
  • Office of Personnel Management – The federal government’s human resources agency; includes articles applicable to the private sector.

Other

  • HR BLR – The Business and Legal Reports Human Resources site includes compliance and policy information, news, an online newsletter, and free sample resources.
  • hrVillage – A site devoted to human resources, it includes numerous articles, sample business forms and policies, FAQs, legal guides, employee handbook examples, and book reviews.
  • Labor and Worklife Program – Harvard Law School program that “organizes projects and programs that seek to understand critical changes in labor markets and labor law, and to analyze the role of unions, business, and government as they affect the world of work.”

 


 

Associations

 


 

Organizational Administration and Organizational Behavior Education

Programs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Other Resources

  • School of Labor and Employment Relations – Program offers “a master’s degree (MHRIR) for HR/IR practicing professionals and a doctoral degree for professional researchers and teachers.”
  • Labor and Employment Relations Association – Founded in 1947, this organization is for “professionals interested in industrial relations and human resources.” Members can join industry councils and also receive association publications.
  • Office of International Strategic Management – Helps “faculty who are interested in strategic and global issues and in the processes of organizational decline and renewal in the face of major strategic change. Its programs and projects focus on the challenges facing management in the 2000s from globalization, industrial and national competitiveness, the transnational corporation, and the influence of technological change…Because valuable insights can be obtained from viewing the firm through a variety of perspectives, such as those offered by psychology and organizational behavior, economics, finance and decision science, the goal of the office is to encourage multidimensional approaches to corporate strategy research.
  • Office of Organizational Research – “… fosters research on effective organizational practices, including leadership.” It also supports “doctoral and postdoctoral training in the organizational sciences.”