Underrepresentation of Minorities in Supergrade Positions and Above, at the Library of Congress: Hearing Held Before the Subcommittee on Libraries and Memorials of the Committee on House Administration, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, Second Session, April 26, 1990, Washington, DC.
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990 - Discrimination in employment - 171 pages
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action goals administrative Affirmative Action Plan afﬁrmative action program African-American AFSCME applicant pool appointments BILLINGTON black employees Black Women Boorstin brary candidates Chairman class action CLAY Committee comparison population competitive selection Congress Multi-Year Affirmative Congressional Congressional Black Caucus Daniel Boorstin DCMSA DCSMA Director of Human discrimination discriminatory Division Chiefs efforts equal employment opportunity evaluate exact proportional equality ﬁrst full representation GRADE LEVEL ANALYSIS hiring Hispanic Human Resources Directorate job categories Librarian Library employees Library of Congress Library’s ment Multi-Year Affirmative Action MYAAP National number expected number is less number needed number of persons percent personnel posting problems profes promotion qualiﬁed minority race by sex racial Recruit Program represents the number Research sampling error selection procedures selection process senior level SIKORSKI speciﬁc statistics Subcommittee supergrade targeted groups testimony tion Tommy Shaw U.S. Congress underrepresentation index underrepresented White women workforce z-score