Surname, Initials. Year, ‘Article title in inverted commas’, Journal title in italics, volume or issue of publication as listed on the Journal or database record, page number, Retrieved: Date you accessed it, From: name of database you used to find the article.
Harrington, R. J. & Kendall, K. W. 2007, ‘Uncovering the interrelationships among firm size, organizational involvement, environmental uncertainty, and implementation success', International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 1-23, Retrieved: December 16, 2008, from EBSCOhost: Hospitality and Tourism Complete.
Author/organisation’s name, Year, Page title in italics, Retrieved: date accessed it, from: specific website address (best to copy and paste to ensure accuracy.)
McNamara, C. 2008, Basic guide to staffing and supervision, Retrieved: February 18, 2010 from http://www.managementhelp.org/supr_dev/prsnlmnt.htm
If there’s no date?
Put [n.d.] where you would usually put the year. (This applies to all forms of resource where a date cannot be found.)