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Redundancy for Update's Hyams
26.07.11 | Benedicte Page
Elspeth Hyams, editor of CILIP's Update magazine, has been made redundant.
Hyams' post was scrapped in a restructure which follows the merging of Update with CILIP's second publication Gazette at the start of this year. CILIP Update with Gazette is now publishing monthly, with head of publications Gary Allman overseeing a five-person team. CILIP's director of external relations Mark Taylor said Hyams would continue to contribute to the publication.
When CILIP announced the redundancy of four other members of staff last autumn, it said the move was the first of "a planned programme of economies", with chief executive Annie Mauger noting the librarian body was "not immune to the effects of the recession".