Final Report on the Status of Minorities and Women in the Department of Labor
U.S. Department of Labor, 1971 - Discrimination in employment - 795 pages
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achieve ADMINISTRATION agency analysis applicants appropriate AVERAGE SALARY BLACK I TOTAL BLACK I WHITE bureau CENT CENT completed contract contractor Department difference Director effective efforts EMPLOYEES IN DOL Equal Employment Opportunity established evaluation Federal FEMALE PROFESSIONAL FIELD forms goals GOVERNMENT SERVICE grade groupings GRADE TOTAL TOTAL GS GRADE heads indicate Labor LENGTH OF GOVERNMENT major MALE FEMALE MALE PROFESSIONAL managers MANPOWER minorities and women Name NATIONAL OFFICE NATIONWIDE necessary needs nonblack minority NONPROF STATUS NONPROFESSIONAL STATUS NUMERICAL DISTRIBUTION OASA occupation Order organization past PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Personnel positions present PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES PROFESSIONAL NONPROFESSIONAL Projected promotion qualified RACE RATIOS recruitment REGION representation represented responsibility sample six months Spanish staff standards STATISTICS supervisors TABLE TOTAL PROFESSIONAL NONPROFESSIONAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL WHITE BLACK underutilization unit upgrading variables WHITE BLACK MINOR workforce