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Librarians who LibraryThing
Topic Started: April 2 2018, 12:20 AM (4 Views)
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How would your library handle a case where staff members check items out to themselves to avoid putting an item they dislike on the shelf? I've stumbled on evidence that two children's librarians have been checking out a copy of an LGBT-themed picture book since last October, keeping the item until they get a system-generated bill, then checking it in and out again. I see this as an egregious violation of library ethics, but could management consider it a disciplinary matter? If you did this in your library, would you be written up?
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I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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