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THIS ARTICLE CONSIDERS JOB ROTATION--the systematic movement of employees from one job to another--was one of the many tools within the organizational development tool kit. There is a brief consideration of useful print and Internet literature on the subject as well as a discussion of the pros and cons of job rotation. The application of job rotation methods in Ryerson University Library, a small academic library, concludes the article in order to illustrate process and insights through example. INTRODUCTION Job rotation comes in many forms and is useful in many situations. Job rotation is the systematic movement of employees ...
Stories from my directed fieldwork experience at the National Museum of the American Indian and my grad school adventures at the University of Washington Information School. On April 25th, I boarded a 6am flight to Chicago. It was a full flight on United Airlines, so I foolishly volunteered my luggage (carry on suitcase) to be flown directly to my final destination. I was on my way to South Bend, Indiana for an interview at the University of Notre Dame. I was interviewing for a Librarian in Residence position at the University. The job is two years as a resident librarian (guest faculty ... Read More
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