Organization profile

Founded in 1945, the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies is an international leader in human resources and industrial relations education, research, and outreach.  As a part of the Carlson School of Management, the Center is dedicated to the study and teaching of human resources, industrial relations, and all facets of the employment relationship. Along with its top-ranked graduate programs in human resources and industrial relations, the Center maintains a specialized reference library, research institute, alumni association, advisory board, and Labor Education Service which provides non-credit classes and training for the labor community.