A unique competence: a study of equal employment opportunity in the Bell system

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American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1968 - Law - 338 pages
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Contents

The Bell System
1
and Traffic Departments
13
Summary of Major Jobs and Departments
24
A Study
32
Sex Segregation of Jobs with 20 or More
40
Sex Composition of Traffic and Plant
41
Relative Female Employment in Craft Jobs
48
Distribution of Females and Males in Non
54
Distribution of Annual Wages for Females
175
Relative Black and SSA Employment
189
Bell System Black Employment
199
Bells Employment of Blacks
212
Relative Black Employment in
214
Black Recruitment Opportunities in 26
216
Utilization of Blacks in New York
221
Black Penetration Rate in 30 SMSAs
226

Distribution of Females and Males in Wage
60
Summary of Pemalc Participation in
64
Reaction to the Sex Provisions
65
The Sexist System
104
The Bell System Employment Process
120
Women in Management
153
Female Nonmanagement Lines of Progression 131
154
Bell Managers Attitudes Toward Women
170
Concluding comments Regarding
173
Relative Black and SSA Employment
231
Summary of Black Participation in
242
Bell System Practices as They
243
Bell System Practices Which Frustrate
259
Summary
269
The Invisible Minority
274
Bell Utilization of Spanishsurnamed
276
The Policies Which Exclude Spanish
280
Summary
286

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