Student employees represent an important and critical part of the library workforce and help to provide great service to the UNLV community. Our goal is to offer a professional, respectful, and supportive working environment that is welcoming and inclusive to all who use and work in the Libraries – approachability, courtesy, professional service are expected of you and your co-workers. Strive to be aware of your working environment and the needs of patrons.
Student employees working in all departments of the library and in branch libraries are expected to dress for a workplace setting and practice good grooming.
In general, students are expected to adhere to these minimum expectations:
*Wear clothing that is clean and in good repair, comfortable, and enables you to safely do your job and serve library patrons.
*Students should avoid wearing clothing that is too revealing or too tight. Undergarments should not be exposed or visible. Gym clothes or pajamas are not acceptable workplace attire.
*Students may wear clothing that is required in their specific area of study, such as scrubs if in a health science program.
*Avoid wearing clothing that displays abusive, vulgar, offensive, or controversial illustrations, logos, slogans, or words during your work shift.
*Clothing with UNLV logos is permissible.
*Avoid clothing or accessories that may impede your ability to do your job safely.
*Students may be asked to wear closed-toe shoes in certain areas for safety reasons.
In addition the library-wide expectations outlined above, each department or unit may develop policies, procedures, and practices related to specific aspects of employment and/or work expectations for their student assistants. Most student supervisors provide their students with a document or checklist that explains the policies, procedures, practices, and work expectations for the unit.