Resources for Doing HR / Workforce Analytics - online and open access textbooks on analytical techniques. - Bureau of Labor and Statistics with so much information on anything about labor, the workforce, trends and projections. You'll find databases that you can analyze to help you benchmark, to help you strategize, to simply stay abreast of current developments in the laborforce, etc. - The WebCASPAR database provides easy access to a large body of statistical data resources for science and engineering (S&E) at U.S. academic institutions. WebCASPAR emphasizes S&E, but its data resources also provide information on non-S&E fields and higher education in general. - tutorials on data science - Evaluation is a key part of business operations, including HR.  This University of Wisconsin site has a wealth of resources on everything about evaluation, including logic model, evaluation studies, evaluation tips, etc. - source of information about any occupation for students, researchers, HR professionals, and data analysts. - Society for the Industrial/Organizational Psychology, a professional group for the scientific study of the workplace - Society for the Human Resource Management - listing of books on analytics

Center for Advanced HR Studies - Cornell University ILR School

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