The Library Compensation Handbook
A Guide for Administrators, Librarians and Staff
by David A. Baldwin
March 2003, 272pp, 6x9
1 volume, Libraries Unlimited

Hardcover: 978-1-56308-970-1
$58, £43, 49€, A83
eBook Available: 978-0-313-02295-1
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This book provides library managers with essential information about establishing and maintaining a compensation system that meets the needs of library employees and furthers organizational goals.

Often the largest budget item in libraries, employee compensation is a vital, heavily discussed issue. This book provides library managers with essential information about establishing and maintaining a compensation system that meets the needs of library employees and furthers organizational goals. Written for library employees who want to know how salaries are determined and what opportunities are available to influence compensation, this book offers answers to virtually every question about compensation, policies, and practices.

Major sections include:
• Introduction
• Basic Library Compensation Management
• Developing an Internal Library Job Structure
• Developing a Library Pay Structure
• Pay for Performance
• Performance Appraisals & Pay
• Library Staff Pay Strategies
• Librarian Pay Strategies
• Wage Gap & Pay Equity
• Addressing Pay Issues in Libraries
• Indirect Compensation
• Laws Affecting Library
• Compensation
• Income Replacement Programs
• Compensation Administration in Libraries
• Glossary

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