Our number one priority is serving our clients to the best of our ability.
Professionalism, respect, compassion and courtesy are expected when dealing with patrons and fellow staff. As a staff member, you are a representative of the Library and how you deal with patrons will reflect on the Library's reputation.
|Shift Length||3 hours||3.5 to 4.5 hours||5 to 7 hours||7.5 to 8 hours|
|15 minute coffee break(s) - paid||None||1||1||2|
|30 minute meal break - unpaid||None||None||1||1|
|Paid hours / Hours reported||3 hours||3.5 to 4.5 hours||4.5 to 6.5 hours*||7 to 7.5 hours*|
*Shift Length minus 30 Minute Unpaid Meal Break = Paid Hours
The University Library does not have a set dress code, however, please keep in mind that when you are at work, you are a representative of the Library.
Section 96(1) of the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations states that "an employer or contractor shall ensure that a worker uses footwear that is appropriate to the risks associated with the worker’s place of employment and occupation". Closed-toed shoes must be worn while shelving.
If you work multiple jobs for Cupe 1975:
It is your responsibility to ensure you do not exceed the maximum allowable hours of work in a day.
For an increasing number of individuals in our community, scented products can affect personal comfort, and for some, these scents can even pose a significant health hazard.
Some areas in the library are scent free. Please refrain from wearing scented products.