CAHRS

AcronymDefinition
CAHRSCenter for Advanced Human Resource Studies (Cornell University ILR School)
CAHRSCertified Assessment of Human Resources Systems (National Academy of Public Administration; University of California)
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"Desegregating HRM: A Review and Synthesis of Micro and Macro Human Resource Management Research." (CAHRS Working Paper #0211).
"Performance and Growth in Entrepreneurial Firms: What Do Unions Do?" (CAHRS Working Paper #99-02).
In 2009, the researchers, with funding from the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS), began conducting the annual Chief Human Resource Officers (CHRO) Survey.
(2005) The Indian call centre industry: National benchmarking report strategy, HR practices, and performance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS), Cornell University, Working paper 05-07.
Fan, Ke (2006), "How Can Multinational Corporations Retain Their Employees in China?" Working Paper, 06--08 CAHRS, Cornell University.
(1994) "Signaling, Incentives and School Organization in France, The Netherlands, Britain and the United States: Lessons for Education Economics." Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Center for Advanced Human Resources Study (CAHRS), Working Paper 94-25.
Stepp is Managing Director for the Center of Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) and a faculty member in the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University.
Contemporary Evidence and Future Directions, CAHRS Working Paper 94-22, Ithaca, NY: School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University 1994.
Collins is an associate professor of Human Resource Management in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations and director of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) at Cornell University.
Collins, Ph.D., is an associate professor of human resource management and director of CAHRS in the ILR School at Cornell University.
In 2009, the Cornell Center for Advanced Human Resources Studies (CAHRS) published the results of their first Chief Human Resources Officers Survey, "Strategies and Challenges of the Chief Human Resource Officer: Results of the First Annual Cornell/CAHRS Survey of CHRO's." Our colleague Pat Wright led the study.
Building an agile Organization," A CAHRS publication with permission from HR Magazine.