Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln



This study shows how human resource management may assist a company reach its goals and objectives by allowing each person to contribute their creativity and productivity to its success. Leadership and human resource management (HRM) are two ideas that are regularly utilized to understand better how to manage people in any organization. In the library, human resource management (HRM) is defined as coordinating all resources by performing a range of interrelated responsibilities such as planning, staffing, organizing, directing, and controlling. In this study, data was collected via Google form from 55 authorized library personnel, yielding a response rate of 73.3 percent out of 75 respondents, which is sufficient. In addition, Excel was used to analyse and interpret the data. After reviewing the findings of this study, researchers discovered that personnel management is critical in both library and other professions. Therefore, personnel management, job analysis, and HRM conditions among library professionals are defined in this study.