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Category Archives: Acceptable Behavior
In a workplace, whether it’s a library or some other organization, we need rules for employees, and we need to get along and work together. Really, it’s the same as in a home and family. We need to meet certain … Continue reading
Since I am not an overly happy person myself, I feel a lot of empathy for those who suffer with ongoing depression. As a (retired) librarian, it is logical for me to think about and explore ways that libraries and … Continue reading
Oh dear. I have heard the theme of the blog post Kicked Out of the Library (from Pam Librarian) before. I have to say, I find it sad. I understand the need for quiet spaces in public libraries. But I … Continue reading
Why Seattle Public Library Surrendered Its Gun Ban. (KUOW Public Radio, Seattle) I’m still not a fan. Make your own decisions. Know the state and federal laws and have your policies in place.
The article Taking Aim at the Reality of Guns in Libraries (AmericanLibrariesMagazine.org) takes a thorough look at state laws throughout the country, and how they relate to the right of libraries to declare themselves gun-free zones. Wherever you stand on … Continue reading
Great post on All Things Workplace about strengths. Read it! I agree, it’s important to focus on strengths, and it makes sense to hire people to do the things they are best at. However, sometimes we all have to do … Continue reading