Personnel administration in housing management: participant's workbook
United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 1980 - Government publications - 67 pages
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Page 50 - Parole Officer, Big Mound Detention Center, 1962-66 Counselor, Children's Mental Health Center, 1966-68 Director, Western County Center for Girls...
Page 9 - Lists of qualified former employees who have been laid off or who, for some reason, have voluntarily left the management organization.
Page 50 - Caseworker, Children's Agency, Chicago, 1967-68 Caseworker, Family Welfare Society, Urbana, 1968-69 Case Supervisor, Family Welfare Society, 1969 B.
Page 38 - Discriminate with respect to compensation, terms and conditions, and privileges of employment. Limit, segregate, or classify employees or job applicants in any way that would deprive individual of employment opportunities.
Page 15 - ... privileges of employment. -Limit, segregate or classify employees or job applicants in any way that would deprive an individual of employment opportunities.
Page 49 - Department of Welfare, 1963-65 Lecturer in Casework Eastern Shores, 1966-71 Supervisor, New York Children's Agency, 1971 L.
Page 38 - Unlawful to refuse to bargain with a union which represents a majority of employees.