Jeffrey Trzeciak in Age Discrimination Lawsuit at Washington University Library – Sound Familiar?

Independent student newspaper at the Washington University of St. Louis writes about the demotion of senior librarians and subsequent law suit launched by librarian against the University on age discrimination in the  Washington University library when Jeffrey Trzeciak arrived. Sound familiar? We saw the same tactics used to up-root professionals and create hostile work environments at McMaster University Library when he was chief librarian. It left irrevocable damage to the library system and the lives of professionals.   http://www.studlife.com/news/2016/02/01/former-wu-librarian-files-age-discrimination-suit-against-university/

For comments see annoyed Librarian Blog: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/blogs/annoyedlibrarian/2016/02/08/age-discrimination-in-libraries/

This entry was posted in Academic freedom, Academic Librarianship, Academic libraries, Age discrimination, Jeffrey Trzeciak, Lawsuit, McMaster University, Washington University of St. Louis. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Jeffrey Trzeciak in Age Discrimination Lawsuit at Washington University Library – Sound Familiar?

  1. Reblogged this on Librarian to be. . . and commented:
    I really wish Jeffery would stop doing such damaging things to my profession.

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