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Wednesday, April 17, 2024  |  9 am – 9 pm

Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 9 pm
Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday: 1 – 5 pm

Policies - Page 3 of 10

Compensation and Performance

Compensation Philosophy and Policy Our employees are our most valuable asset. Our overall compensation philosophy is to maintain a fair and equitable market-based compensation program that rewards performance and recognizes contributions made by all employees within the organization. While remaining fluid and flexible to meet changing economic and market conditions, we strive to pay market… Read More

Confidentiality of Library Cardholder Records

As a corollary to its endorsement of the freedom to read, Glen Ellyn Public Library follows State law regarding public access to its registration and circulation records. (75 ILCS 70/1 Library Records Confidentiality Act, Registration and Circulation Records - Statistical Reports) (Appendix D: Library Records Confidentiality Act). Library cardholder registration records and the records of… Read More

Display and Exhibit Areas

Bulletin boards are available for announcements of community events and programs of cultural or educational interest. They are not available for the purpose of advertising solely commercial endeavors. Use of the bulletin board, display case or other display areas is scheduled through the Adult and Youth departments on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who use… Read More

Donation Guidelines

Glen Ellyn Public Library does not have sufficient space or atmospheric or security controls to be considered a suitable place for any but a very few pieces of permanently displayed works of art or historic artifacts. The library primarily confines itself to providing a location for temporary displays of local art from community residents, typically… Read More

Emerging Author Collection

The library wishes to support self-published authors whose works may not yet meet all of the criteria for the permanent collection. The library will establish an Emerging Author Collection that will be subject to the following guidelines. Books will be accepted as donations from the author or publisher and selected for inclusion in the Emerging… Read More

Employee Acknowledgement

The Employee Handbook provides important information about the organization, and I understand that I should consult the Finance/HR Director regarding any questions not answered in the handbook. Since the information, policies, and benefits described herein are necessarily subject to change, I acknowledge that revisions to the handbook may occur. All such changes will normally be… Read More

Employee Handbook

This Employee Handbook contains information on policies and benefits of Glen Ellyn Public Library. All employees are provided with a Handbook so that they may become more familiar with the library. It is expected that employees will take the time to acquaint themselves with its contents. Because it will be necessary to make revisions from… Read More

Exam Proctoring

Staff at the 2nd Floor Information Desk are available to proctor exams. Exam proctoring is free for Glen Ellyn residents. Non-residents can pay a $10 per exam fee when the exam is taken. The library offers a quiet place to take an exam and staff to verify students’ identities. Staff do not sit with the… Read More

Fines and Overdue Materials

Library fines have been established to encourage cardholders to return materials in a timely fashion so that they may be used by others, but at the same time not unduly penalize any individual in their transactions with the library. A schedule of fines for all materials is listed in Appendix K: Loan Periods, Renewals, Fees,… Read More

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