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A Review of “Everyday HR: A Human Resources Handbook for Academic Library Staff”

A Review of “Everyday HR: A Human Resources Handbook for Academic Library Staff” Reviews and Remarks 247 Munde, G. (2013). Everyday HR: A Human Resources Handbook for Academic Library Staff. Chicago, IL: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. An assistant professor of library science at East Carolina University, Gail Munde has created in this publication a well-organized and highly useful resource for academic library staff members. The overall text is very user friendly and easy to follow. Each chapter begins with a section explaining the foundation and philosophy of that chapter’s content and ends with a summary and list of references. Each chapter also contains sidebars of rel- evant and valuable information, as well as applicable real-world examples and advice from other library professionals set within the main text. The first chapter opens with information about position types com- mon to the academic library. Also included is discussion and comparison of various employee types, such as exempt versus nonexempt employees, fixed-term employees, tenure-track versus tenured faculty, casual labor, vol- unteers, etc. Other sections in this chapter focus on position descriptions, position analysis, and position management. Basic elements of employment law comprise the second chapter, which describes both common law principles and key federal laws as they apply to employment. The bulk of this chapter focuses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Access Services Taylor & Francis

A Review of “Everyday HR: A Human Resources Handbook for Academic Library Staff”

Journal Of Access Services , Volume 10 (4): 2 – Oct 1, 2013
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Taylor & Francis
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1536-7975
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1536-7967
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10.1080/15367967.2013.826956
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Reviews and Remarks 247 Munde, G. (2013). Everyday HR: A Human Resources Handbook for Academic Library Staff. Chicago, IL: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. An assistant professor of library science at East Carolina University, Gail Munde has created in this publication a well-organized and highly useful resource for academic library staff members. The overall text is very user friendly and easy to follow. Each chapter begins with a section explaining the foundation and philosophy of that chapter’s content and ends with a summary and list of references. Each chapter also contains sidebars of rel- evant and valuable information, as well as applicable real-world examples and advice from other library professionals set within the main text. The first chapter opens with information about position types com- mon to the academic library. Also included is discussion and comparison of various employee types, such as exempt versus nonexempt employees, fixed-term employees, tenure-track versus tenured faculty, casual labor, vol- unteers, etc. Other sections in this chapter focus on position descriptions, position analysis, and position management. Basic elements of employment law comprise the second chapter, which describes both common law principles and key federal laws as they apply to employment. The bulk of this chapter focuses

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