Employment Relations

Employment Relations is a multi-disciplinary subject area that is informed by the literature of several disciplines including economics, law, sociology, psychology and business. This page is intended to identify starting points in support of the Certificate in Employment Relations undergraduate course content. A liaison librarian is available to provide research help, identify and access key databases, effectively use the information resources of Queen’s University Library and beyond, and to stay current in this field.

Queen's University Library evaluates, purchases, and makes available teaching and research materials to support course material including books, journals, databases and multimedia resources. Tailored research skills instruction is available.

Please use the following link to view databases relating to this subject.

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