Coming to Work: Disaster or Delight?

Stenstrom, Cheryl
October 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p217
The article focuses on labour relations between employers and employees in libraries. It discusses basic activities and functions that make libraries responsive to stakeholders and efficient organizations. It mentions that all employees, managers and staff members should have a sense of direction and purpose. It also stresses the relevance of communication for library employers and employees.


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