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The Cornell HR Review is a graduate student organization whose primary purpose is to publish a body of human resources (HR) scholarship. It is published periodically throughout the year and is available exclusively online. The volunteer staff comprises professional and doctoral students at both the ILR School and the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, with student editors making all editorial and organizational decisions. The organization is formally registered with Cornell University as an independent organization.
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