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    • August 5, 2010
      SHRM Poll: The Use of HR Scholarly Research in Developing HR Solutions
    • During the past 12 months, how often did you review scholarly research or practice-oriented materials in human resource management and/or business (e.g., read academic articles/abstracts, watched presentations)?
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      • The top sources of scholarly researchreviewed/read by HR professionals were: Harvard Business Review, the SHRM website and HR Magazine.
      • Ninety-three percent of HR professionals reviewed practice-oriented materials “more than once” during the past 12 monthscompared with 74% who had reviewed scholarly research.
      Note: n = 377 - 382.
    • Do you use scholarly research (e.g., academic articles/abstracts, presentations) in human resource management and/or business to help develop HR solutions for your organization?
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      Note: n = 379.
    • To what extent do you use scholarly research in developing HR solutions for your organization?
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      Note: n = 281. Only respondents who used scholarly research in human resource management and/or business to help develop HR solutions for their organizations were included in this analysis.
    • In what areas of human resource management and/or business do you generally review scholarly research (e.g., academic articles/abstracts, presentations)?
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      Note: n = 282. Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed.
      Only respondents who used scholarly research in human resource management and/or business to help develop HR solutions for their organizations were included in this analysis.
    • What are the primary reasons you do not use scholarly research (e.g., academic articles/abstracts, presentations) in human resource management and/or business to help develop HR solutions for your organization?
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      Note: n = 79. Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed.
      Only respondents who did not use scholarly research in human resource management and/or business to help develop HR solutions for their organizations were included in this analysis.
    • What would encourage you to use scholarly research (academic articles/abstracts, presentations) in developing HR solutions for your organization?
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      Note: n = 359. Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed.
    • Demographics: Organization Industry
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      Note: n = 350. Percentages do not total 100% due to rounding.
    • Demographics: Organization Industry (continued)
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      Note: n = 350. Percentages do not total 100% due to rounding.
    • Demographics: Organization Sector
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      Note: n = 351. Percentages do not total 100% due to rounding.
    • Demographics: Organization Staff Size
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      Note: n = 216
    • Demographics: Other
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      Is organization a single-unit company or a multi-unit company?
      Does organization have U.S.-based
      operations (business units) only or
      does it operate multinationally?
      Note: n = 362
      Note: n = 363
      Are HR policies and practices determined by the multi-unit corporate headquarters, by each work location or both?
      • 20% of organizations indicated that employees at their work location were unionized.
      Note: n = 351
      Note: n = 254
    • SHRM Poll: The Use of HR Scholarly Research in Developing HR Solutions
      Response rate = 14%
      Sample comprised of 382 randomly selected HR professionals from SHRM’s membership
      Margin of error is +/- 5%
      Survey fielded July 15 – July 27, 2010
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      Methodology
      For more poll findings, visit: www.shrm.org/surveys
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