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Department of Labor: Look at this government site once a month to stay on top of changes in employment laws.

The Monster Board: Use this job listing site for recruiting. Check out the special HR1 channel.

Top Topics Newsletter Fillers: Buy articles to reprint in in-house employee newsletters, or just read the article descriptions to keep abreast of trends.

Workforce Online: The "Your HR Career" section offers information on managing your own career and looking for jobs.

WorkNet@ILR: This partnership between Human Resource Executive magazine and Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations indexes other sites relevant to the field.

"The Eight Practices of Exceptional Companies" (Amacom, 1997) and "How to Measure Human Resource Management" (McGraw-Hill, 1995), both by Jac Fitz-enz.

"Human Resource Champion," by Dave Ulrich, a professor at the University of Michigan: examines the changing roles and expectations of the human resource professional, and looks at what it takes to be successful. (Harvard Press, 1997) 313-996-9108

Trade Magazines
HR Magazine: published monthly by the Society for Human Resource Management. Nearly everyone in the field has a subscription.

Training: published monthly. Covers trends and career info for those in the training field, which is a subset of human resource management.