An excellent source for scholarly, trade, and newspapers on all subjects. This is always a good place to start a search for HR information, as it includes a good cross-section of business, psychology, and current events.
ProQuest is also a good place to start, but it tends to pull in WAY more irrelevant articles unless you work on narrowing your search. This is a competing database with Academic Search Premier, so there is a lot of overlap, but each database has some unique content.
Databases covering business, management, law, company profiles and behavioral science.
A psychology database with more than 3 million records devoted to peer-reviewed literature in the behavioral sciences and mental health. The mother-load of psychology! Only a handful of articles have full-text. It includes dissertations.
Lynda.com contains hundreds of training tutorials on many aspect directly relevant to Human Resources such as recruiting, interviewing, and hiring. It is also an excellent resource for learning new software, social media, and other technology-related skills.