A Condensed Report on Employment Practices in Pennsylvania: Extent and Pattern of Discrimination
Pennsylvania Governor's Commission on Industrial Race Relations, 1954 - Discrimination in employment - 24 pages
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1950 population 500 EMPLOYES alleged union restrictions Better Community Relations Central Region CHAPTER SUMMARY classed as discriminatory company policy discriminating against minority DISCRIMINATION BY GEOGRAPHIC Discrimination in Promotion discrimination was reported discriminatory firms discriminatory hiring practices discriminatory practices employed apprentices Employment Practice ordinance evidence of discrimination extent of discrimination Fair Employment Practices firms discriminated firms employing firms reported firms studied firms surveyed five regions surveyed following chart indicates free of discriminatory frequent reason Governor's Commission Harrisburg higher skill levels hiring specifications inatory Increased Production Industrial Race Relations large number liberalization of hiring LIBERALIZING HIRING POLICIES manufacturing and nonmanufacturing minority group workers nationality group Northeast Northwest number of firms occupational groups occupational levels Pennsylvania percent Philadelphia potential hires Promotion and Apprenticeship promotion and upgrading PROMOTIONAL DISCRIMINATION proportion of firms reason for discrimination reasons for liberalization relaxed hiring Southeast Region spect surveyed establishments surveyed firms Tight labor-market conditions tion Unfilled jobs wage rates