Does your library fit? Exploring career paths and perceptions of person-job fit among distance librarians

Anne Casey, Jennifer Rundels

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Abstract

Person-job fit is a term used to describe both the degree to which a worker’s skills, education and temperament fit the job, as well as the ways in which the culture of the organization fits the worker’s values and needs. This presentation will explore questions raised in a recent survey of person job-fit and career paths of distance learning librarians. Through personal interviews, the researchers will explore questions raised by the survey, and present results that may provide insight into the recruitment and retention of distance and online librarians.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Nov 3 2020
Event2020 Distance Library Services Conference -
Duration: Nov 3 2020Nov 3 2020

Other

Other2020 Distance Library Services Conference
Period11/3/2011/3/20

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