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Ayers, Peggy Copy Services September 9, 1976
Bowden, Robert Business Services September 16, 1985
Brown, Jimmy Cataloging September 13, 1993
Campbell, John Reference September 1, 1978
Coscarelli, William Music September 8, 1986
Devaney, Sheila Reference September 13, 1999
Dong, Sophie Cataloging September 1, 2003
Falke, David Government Documents September 30, 2004
Flavin, Jesse ILL September 3, 1998
Giles, Emily Cataloging September 25, 1995
Hawks-Bradley, Bucilla Collection Development September 6, 1977
Hopkins, Emily Collection Development September 22, 2003
Hughes, Neil Cataloging September 1, 1986
Hulett, Skip Hargrett September 9, 1999
Kobres, Bob Systems September 24, 1981
Ledford, Jeannie DLG September 27, 1999
Loughner, William Science Collections September 1, 1972
McAlister, Sheila DLG September 9, 1996
McDonald, Marcia Serials September 10, 1987
Morgan, Nelson Hargrett September 22, 1980
North, Jennifer Acquisitions September13, 2004
Penson, Merryll OIIT September 1, 1997
Simmons, Wendy Science Collections September 25, 1995
Smith, Byron Access Services September 21, 1998
Smith, Ginger Systems September 1, 2004
Taylor, Teresa Human Resources September 8, 1994
Tracy, T. Wesley Collection Development September 16, 2004
Trevena, Barbara Reference September 28, 1982
Tuggle, Susan Reference September 22, 1975
Woods, Marie Acquisitions September 8, 1992

Who's New

Emily Funk, administrative assistant in Administration (succeeding Amy Petit). Effective Sept. 1

Elizabeth White, Librarian I in Reference. Effective Sept. 1.

Who's Leaving the Libraries

Shane Clayton, assistant department manager, SLC. Effective Sept. 10.

Who's Changing in the Libraries

No personnel changes to report at this time.

New Procedures for Job Seekers

UGA Human Resources has implemented new online procedures for job seekers to apply for positions at the University of Georgia and for hiring departments to post position vacancies and review job applications.

This new system requires *all* job applicants to electronically submit applications, regardless of when they last submitted applications for vacant positions. Job applicants may attach resumes and cover letters, if desired.

For more information on how to apply for transfers or promotions, please visit the Employment Web site at http://www.busfin.uga.edu/employment/protran.html. New applicants can get information athttp://www.busfin.uga.edu/employment/approced.html.

Please contact Employment at 706-542-2623 or employ@uga.edu if you have questions about the new system.

Share Your Leave

The University began a shared leave process last year that allows employees to voluntarily donate sick or annual leave to other employees who have exhausted all of their sick and annual leave and, because of a medical emergency, are in need of additional sick leave. Visit http://www.hr.uga.edu/shared_leave.html for details.

When there are colleagues in need of leave it is sometimes difficult or awkward to get the word out about it while still protecting their privacy, and while not making potential donators feel any obligation to donate. To help communicate about colleagues in need, it has been suggested that Libraries’ HR maintain a list of employees who would like to be notified when a colleague is in need of leave.

This list would remain private and only used by Libraries’ HR. With permission of the requestor, Libraries’ HR would use this list to alert potential leave donors that there is an eligible person in need of leave and of the procedures to donate.

If you would like to be kept on a private “potential donor list” that is maintained in Libraries’ HR, please send your name to Libraries HR at libjobs@uga.edu. Remember you are under no obligation to donate your leave at any time. We will periodically update this list and you can remove your name at any time.

Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual

A handy reference tool is the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual (http://www.busfin.uga.edu/manual/).


In accordance with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993, an eligible employee may be entitled to up to 12 work weeks of leave during any 12-month period for a qualifying event (qualifying events are listed in the guidelines linked below). Take note, if you are taking approved leave for a qualifying event for longer than three days, that leave must be granted under the FMLA guidelines, counted as part of the 12 weeks of granted leave, and special FMLA paperwork must be completed.  Read over the guidelines and paperwork required at UGA HR website, http://www.hr.uga.edu/fmla/fmla_intro.html .

Position Postings

Visit and bookmark the Libraries' HR site for an up-to-the-minute listing: www.libs.uga.edu/humres/jTobs/index.html.

Training Calendar and Standing Meeting Schedule

Training, workshops or presentations, and standing meeting schedule for upcoming months can be found at www.libs.uga.edu/events.

Student Employee Payroll Calendar


Student Employee Information Forms: due to Becky Wortham by noon on Monday September 12, 2005.
Hourly (student) timesheests due to Betty Mayweather by 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 15, 2005.

Information on the procedures for hiring, changing status, or terminating student assistants can be found at www.libs.uga.edu/staff/studentproc.html.

Visit www.busfin.uga.edu/staff/orient.html for "Online Orienation" for all new student employees.

If you have any questions, please contact Becky Wortham at 542-2716 or at bwortham@uga.edu.

Share Your Knowledge

The Professional Research and Development Committee requests that anyone who has attended a conference, given a paper or presentation, or anything else of note, drop the committee a line at prodev@uga.edu.

Online HR Newsletter

UGA Human Resources periodically publishes an online newsletter to keep faculty and staff updated on the latest HR initiatives. The HR newsletter is located at www.hr.uga.edu/news_intro.html. A new Benefits Snapshot website outlines available benefits and can be accessed at: www.busfin.uga.edu/benefits/ben_pkg.html.

Library Worklife Newsletter

The American Library Association-Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA) is currently seeking submissions for " Library Worklife: HR E-News for Today's Leaders ." Library Worklife informs readers about issues - career advancement, certification, human resources practice, pay equity, recruitment, research, work/life balance - that concern all library workers. One way to ensure that the publication reflects your concerns and celebrates your victories is to become a featured author. Published monthly, Library Worklife is received by thousands of librarians and other library workers. For more information, please see http://www.ala-apa.org/newsletter/newsletter.html .

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