Library Personnel Administration (Library Administration S. No. 11)
By: Lowell A. Martin (author)Hardback
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"Personnel is the fulcrum around which administration revolves, the foundation on which service is built. It all comes down to human beings. Not objectives, not organization. Not even money. People are what count." -from the author's Preface The various steps and procedures of personnel administration in libraries are treated on the basis of human relations. Organization for personnel administration as well as day-to-day supervision are covered. The analysis is then carried forward for the prospect of the electronic library. Contents: Emergence of the Librarian; Human Relations; Position Classification and Salaries; Recruitment; Selection; Evaluation; Legal Factors; Future of Personnel Administration.
Lowell A. Martin has been Associate Dean of the Library School at Columbia University and organizer and Dean of the School at Rutgers University. He spent ten years as Vice President of Grolier Inc., where he was responsible for 800 editorial workers. In recent years he has conducted administrative surveys of libraries in various cities.
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