"On December 5, the Palmdale City Council voted 5‐0 in favor of awarding a contract to
Library Systems & Services, LLC (LSSI) to operate the Palmdale City Library. Under the publicAnd here is a copy of the agreement;
partnership agreement, the library will remain in the public trust, managed by the City of Palmdale andoperated by LSSI."
"LSSI will have
the sole and absolute right to hire and or terminate the employment of the Library Staff from
time to time to perform work under this Agreement. However, the City Manager will have
the right to approve the selection of Library Director. Notwithstanding the preceding, LSSI
will interview all current Palmdale City Library staff interested in seeking positions with
One of the questions that LSSI will probably ask existing staff during their re-employment interview is "do you belong to a union" and if they say yes they will probably not offer them a position, they also have a reputation for only employing their own staff.
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And this worries me although i can't trace the original source!
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You +1'd this publicly. UndoWell talked to the people from LSSI. They are the company that is taking over the Palmdale city library. The city of Palmdale is laying all the library staff off ...
"A private firm that operates Jackson County's 15 libraries is being forced to recognize that a majority of its employees are members of a union to resolve a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board."
"To achieve profitability, Library Systems & Services typically slashes costs drastically, in part by replacing unionized workers."
"4. Contract with LSSI
LSSI employees are usually not unionized, butare paid a prevailing wage."