Human Resources - Introduction
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658.3 is the start of the main HR section on the first floor.
The shelf-end guides will help you with the numbers for aspects of HR but you will find lots on the labour market and employment conditions in the 331s, employment law in 344.4101 and organizational behaviour at 302.35 (Ground floor) and 658.402 and business psychology at 158.7 (Ground floor).
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