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Handbook of Human Resource Development by Neal F. Chalofsky

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Contemporary Career Literature and HRD

Kimberly S. McDonald and Linda M. Hite

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Since the turn of the current century, human resource development (HRD) scholars have shown a renewed interest in career development (CD) (Egan, Upton, & Lynham, 2006; Hite & McDonald, 2008). The calls for HRD to reinvest in CD have been prompted by recognition that the greater global context is changing how individuals and organizations approach careers and their development, and HRD should be an integral part of that process. While historically, HRD and CD researchers have operated independently with minimal acknowledgment ...

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