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The terminology of job descriptions: the case of library assistants who provide information services
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the kinds of terminology used in writing job descriptions for library assistants who provide information services affected the job evaluation rating for the jobs described. The study provided background information on the importance of the problem, pay equity and job evaluation systems, the nature and purpose of contacts in information and reference services, the changing roles of information providers and the problem of terminology indoi:10.14288/1.0088393 fatcat:nojawpbvxfedvohxmfme273qd4