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George A. Smathers Libraries: Library Personnel Office

The Library Human Resource Office assists Library employees in achieving personal goals related to the work environment and experience. This is accomplished through a wide variety of activities from payroll and personnel related forms to performance objectives, training and career counseling.

The Library Human Resource Office staff is available to address, in confidence, performance problems and to advise on organizational objectives, position descriptions or the performance evaluation process. The staff also oversees all classification and compensation matters for the libraries.

The Library Human Resource Office is also responsible for seeing that appropriate staff development opportunities exist that meet Library objectives and encourages personal growth and life long learning. This includes a wide range of formal and informal activities, such as identifying training requirements, developing and coordinating training programs, overseeing staff development travel, facilitating the annual staff service and recognition awards, monitoring tuition waivers, providing basic skills training and working closely with the promotion and tenure process.

This section of the Policy & Procedure Manual contains personnel related policies and procedures. If you have any questions or need assistance in the interpretation or application of these policies/procedures, please contact the Library Human Resource Office.

Additional information on University and/or State personnel policies and procedures for USPS staff, can be found in the University Support Personnel System Employee Handbook, the Board of Regents/FPE Council 79, AFSCME, AFL-CIO Collective Bargaining Contract, and Chapter 7 of the Office of Administrative Affairs' Handbook on Business Procedures.

Additional information on University and/or State personnel policies and procedures for A & P staff, can be found in Chapter 7 of the Office of Administrative Affairs' Handbook on Business Procedure, the Office of Academic Affairs' Administrator's Information Packet (AIP), and Chapters 6C1-7 and 6C-5 of the Florida Administrative Code.

Additional information on University and/or State personnel policies and procedures for faculty (librarians), , can be found in the University of Florida Faculty Handbook, the Board of Regents/UFF Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Office of Academic Affairs' Administrator's Information Packet (AIP), and Chapters 6C1-7 and 6C-5 of the Florida Administrative Code.

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