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Is a magazine that is edited and written largely by specialist journalists and targeted at human resource and industrial relations professionals. Practitioner journals contain news items, case studies, interviews, summaries of legal cases and statutes, reports on research findings, and checklists of good practice. They usually also carry advertising and may be an important source of adverts for practitioner jobs. Examples of practitioner journals include People Management, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Personnel Today, Equal Opportunities Review, IRS Employment Trends, and the series of journals published by Incomes Data Services, which includes IDS Focus, IDS Study, and IDS Brief. Labour Research is a practitioner journal for the trade union movement.

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