Posts Tagged ‘minutes’

March Staff Meeting Recap

1. All items to be included in the 2009-2010 calendar should be emailed to me no later than April 1st.
2. The library system will be producing and distributing book marks with information on the upcoming referendum. Please give one to each patron every time they circulate materials until the election occurs in April.
3. Dress Code Review – watch cut of tops to make sure they are not too low; no wrinkles please; watch tightness of clothing and length;
4. Parents may sign up children for a library card without children being present.
5. Patrons with old white library cards may get a new card for $2.00.
6. Remember, customer service is the 1st consideration, policy is second. Go the extra length to provide service to a patron even if sometimes you need to bend policy to do this.
7. Shower for Brittney and Michael McLain – Saturday, April 25th at 5:00 pm. Couples invited.
8. Procedure for all computer issues:

  • Call Robert
  • Email K.C. right after Robert is called

9. Consensus response to “How can I continually be aware of the impact of my personal job requirements on other employees”:

  • Awareness of co-workers job responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Be able to accept help
  • Offer to help

10. For next meeting – consider the following:

  • What can I do to help my co-workers?
  • What is good customer service?

8.8.08 Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics discussed in our meeting this morning for the Main Branch.

  • Please be sure to count as many questions as you can during the day. Come up with your system for keeping track of the questions or count them on the counters on the desk. These are very important to our stats. As Betty said, we need to change the way we think about the reason behind keeping up with these stats.
  • Remember to place reserves right away. When you get a call or someone comes to the front desk to reserve material put the reserve on then. We have had a couple of instances where this did not take place and patrons were not happy when there reserve never came in.
  • The phone needs to be answered as soon as possible. Try to not let it ring more than three times.
  • Help watch desk at all times even when out in stacks and on reference desk.
  • Check plugs for security system every night before closing and throughout day to be sure they are plugged in.
  • On the holdings shelf each person will be given a file holder, that needs to be checked everyday, with information they or other people have put in it.
  • The top shelf of the wire basket cart in my office is for anything that needs Liz’s attention and the bottom shelf is for item that need to be deleted, changed or fixed. Please be sure to notation on the material as to what needs to be done.

7.18.08 Meeting Minutes

Here are the items discussed in the main branch meeting for 7.18.08.

  • Please be sure and get on the blog and read the article about TN libraries. As discouraging as it may be to hear we are almost last on many of the lists, we can be proud of what we do here everyday even with the little that is provided to us.
  • Our staff is low at the moment, especially in lieu of Daniel leaving, but interviews are taking place today and we hope to have a new member very soon. We can still do our job, and do it well, with the great staff we have right now.
  • The shelves are in a complete disarray at the moment. Even though we are very busy and short-handed right now we need to do our best to keep the place looking neat. If you see items out of place or disheveled, please take the time to fix them. The shelves also need to be shelf read but I believe much of this will take care of itself once we do the inventory.
  • All items, whether they are reserves or not, that are going to another branch have to be put in-transit. This is a priority.
  • When someone calls or walks up to the desk and wants a reserve placed on a book it needs to be done at that time. Also, if a patron calls and wants a book we have placed on reserve, we need to go to the shelf to make sure it is there before the reserve is placed. To go along with this, anytime you are searching for material that the OPAC says we have on our shelf and it cannot be found, mark it as lost. When the book is eventually found, either by it being checked out or inventoried, and scanned it will be marked as found.