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Library human resources provides counsel, guidance, as-needed investigation services, and practical recommendations for resolution in areas that affect the employee-to-employer or employee-to-supervisor relationship across the employee life cycle.

Library Human Resources facilitates all matters pertinent to unions, associations, bargaining agreements/labor contracts, and bargaining unit issues in partnership with campus Central Human Resources, Labor Relations and University of California, Office of the President (UCOP), Labor Relations.

The University of California, Berkeley currently has 16 different bargaining units on campus. Each bargaining unit has a separate contract with a union that represents all employees covered under that unit.

The ongoing communication that occurs between employees and management should provide a clear understanding of expectations, followed up by check-ins during the year, and a final assessment at the end of the cycle. LHRD assists supervisors and managers with performance management consultation.

Career Development is a lifelong process which consists of managing learning, work, leisure, and transitions in order to move toward a personally determined and evolving preferred future.

UC Berkley offers many ways you can enhance and learn in your career, including the following:

Your career at the University will take many turns. Those changes will be documented in your personnel file and kept in the Library Human Resources Department. You can contact Library Human Resources if you have questions about what is kept in your personnel file.

The Library Human Resources Department plays a crucial role in providing employment guidance and support to Library staff, managers, and supervisors. LHRD works closely with Campus Shared Services (CSS) and Central Human Resources in the areas of employment, compensation, labor relations, employee relations, and benefits.

The Library Human Resources Department coordinates together with Campus Shared Services (CSS) for all Library staff recruitments.

Once a unit and Associate University Librarian (AUL) determine the need to post a position, there is a process to follow which initiates the recruitment.

What is Necessary

Preparing for the recruitment process is essential. Before you list and advertise your position, analyze the job you are recruiting for. Identify the duties of the position and the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform those duties. Include the percent of time the employee will spend on major duties and a description of the major duties in order of importance.

Congratulations on your new job at The Library! We are excited that you are joining our team in serving UC Berkeley faculty, students and the public. The Library plays a crucial role in the University mission and your contribution will be essential.

The Library Human Resources Department is here to get you acclimated to your new role at the UC Berkeley Library. On your first day of work, you will meet with the Campus Shared Services (CSS) team that will get you started with onboarding, followed by a library-specific orientation with our Human Resources department.