Evaluative Study of Human Resource Management Issues and Library Professionals Performance in Academic LibrariesAuthor : N. Manjula and N. Thilagavathy
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 40-43
The objective is to identify the HR issues of academic libraries, evaluation of performance and satisfaction level of LIS professionals. This study discussed about human resource management issues in academic libraries situated in old mamallapuram road (IT Highway), Chennai arts, science and Engineering institution by survey method, questionnaire tool used. 75 % of LIS professional expected thatgood remuneration or supportive management from HRM in academic institutions. Almost (90 %) all the library professionals expects motivation in publication in journals/conference/seminar/workshop by their respective college management. Library professionals involved in all the academic performance indicators like publication, continuing education programmes, organization of seminar/workshop, funded projects, and implementing new technologies like barcode, RFID, digital library in their institution. HR services in academic institutions motivate the professionals for their best performance in their department Academic performance of library professionals keenly watched by HRM and found that librarians and assistant librarians are score better performance than lower grade. 60% of the LIS professionals satisfied with all HR services provided by the academic institutions.
HR issues of academic libraries, performance of LIS professionals, satisfaction of LIS professionals, Personnel requirement of LIS professionals, Performance analysis of LIS professionals, human resource planning in academic libraries, academic works of institutions
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