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Resources & Links
One of the important skills you learn in our Program is how to research human resources related issues. The following websites are important tools in mastering that skill and learning about your obligations as an employer, and your rights as an employee
www.ixquick.com – this is a Meta Search Engine that searches all other search engines. Simply type key words in quotation marks in the search box (i.e. “sexual harassment cases”), and ixquick provides you with references from Google, Yahoo, Bing, Cull, Digg, Ask/Teoma, Gigablast, and government websites.
www.dol.gov – as the official website for the U. S. Department of Labor, this is one of the most important websites for you as a human resources professional. You can either enter key words in the search box, or use their user-friendly A-Z search. From this page you can also access other important sites like the Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov).
www.eeoc.gov – as the official website of the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, this is another very important website for you as a human resources professional.
www.nlrb.gov – as the official website of the U. S. National Labor Relations Board, this is a very important website for researching information relating to legal issues regarding organized labor.
www.osha.gov – as the official website of the U. S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration, this is a very important website for researching information regarding safety issues.
www.oyez.com – this is a website devoted to the United States Supreme Court and its work. Here you can research the Court, its Justices, and its decisions.
www.law.cornell.edu – this is the Cornell University Law School website. Here you can link to the text of laws and research cases from across the country.