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Iowa labor market information for affirmative action programs, 1990.

Iowa labor market information for affirmative action programs, 1990.

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Published by Dept. of Employment Services, Labor Market Information Unit in Des Moines, Iowa (1000 E. Grand Ave., Des Moines 50319) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iowa
    • Subjects:
    • Labor supply -- Iowa -- Statistics.,
    • Minorities -- Employment -- Iowa -- Statistics.,
    • Women -- Employment -- Iowa -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      ContributionsIowa. Dept. of Employment Services. Labor Market Information Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5725.I8 I62 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination235 p. :
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1990782M
      LC Control Number90623813

        11 An example of this is the now-defunct minority admissions program at the University of Texas Law School, as described in Hopwood v. State of Texas, 78 F.3d ().Although this program could have been ruled unlawful under the Bakke criteria, the fact of its existence indicates how deeply entrenched the belief in preferential treatment is, at least in this corner of the academic Cited by: 3. Affirmative Action in Recruiting Employers seek a diverse workforce and may ask faculty and staff for help with minority recruiting efforts. Employers are allowed to give preferential treatment to a group of potential job candidates only when they have an affirmative action program in place or a restriction is based on a bona fided occupational.

      Need info about Iowa's employment and labor laws? Employment Law Handbook has free detailed information for all categories. Click to read more. In India, affirmative action policies have a much longer history than the US, are constitutionally guaranteed, and take the form of quotas in government jobs, educational institutions, and electoral seats at each level of government. In the US, the program is around 40 years old, not constitutionally guaranteed, and quotas are ruled out.

      Labor Market Information. The Labor Market Information Division (LMID) is the official source for California Labor Market Information. The LMID promotes California's economic health by providing information to help people understand California's economy and make informed labor market choices. Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. TDD/TTY Dial then ask for ()


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Iowa labor market information for affirmative action programs, 1990 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Labor Market Information Division Home Page. Christina Steen, Labor Market Information Director Telephone: () The following resources provide key measures on labor market activity including, but not limited to: the unemployment rate, employment, and unemployment levels.

Current Employment Statistics (CES) Measure of the monthly state and local nonfarm employment and wages. It is considered a leading economic indicator. Current and historical data can be accessed on the CES home page.

the areas of diversity and affirmative action in employment. While the State has had an affirmative action program sincethe focus is shifting toward a more comprehensive view of diversity in order to create a richer and more welcoming workplace.

To that end, Governor Chester J. Culver initiated Executive Order Four (EO4) in October of Thetermaffirmativeactionwas introduced in in President Kenedy's Executive Order Federalcontractors were alsoinstructedto"takeaffirmative action to.

The Iowa Affirmative Action Data Book, published annually, and the decennial Census - Occupational Employment by Race and Gender (EEO- 1 Categories) for Iowa are designed to assist employers in evaluating the inclusion of women and minorities in their workforce and in establishing goals to improve such utilization.

Labor market information for affirmative action programs: Greenfield labor market area, by Massachusetts. Labor Area Research Department. Affirmative Action and Labor Markets Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of Labor Economics 2(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Title File Name ; Statewide Laborshed Trend Analysis: statewidelaborshedtrendspdf: Career and Education Outlook: IWD Region 1. Affirmative Action is based on a comparison with the available qualified labor pool in Iowa. The chart below provides an overview of the makeup of the state workforce in relation to the available labor pool, which is based on census data from The Iowa Division of Labor protects the safety, health and economic security of Iowans.

Our programs protect people who ride on elevators, escalators and amusement rides. We protect the people who are in a building with a boiler or a pressure vessel, or an asbestos abatement project. FY Affirmative Action Report Section I. FY Affirmative Action Program Quantitative Results Changes in the State’s Workforce - Quantitative Analysis and Results Affirmative Action is based on a comparison with the available qualified labor pool in Iowa.

The chart below provides an overview of the makeup of the state workforce in. Diversity, Affirmative Action & Equal Employment Opportunity "It is the policy of this state to provide equal opportunity in state employment to all persons. An individual shall not be denied equal access to state employment opportunities because of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or physical or mental disability.

The following sample Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs) are for illustrative purposes only and do not represent the only styles and formats that meet regulatory requirements. While these sample AAPs have been constructed around a company with less than employees, thereby allowing the AAP job.

Labor Market Information Resources Outside of Iowa Workforce Development Federal Resources: Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Personal Income Data Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Business Employment Dynamics (BED) BED Iowa Data Consumer Price Index (CPI) CPI Inflation Calculator CPI Databases CPI Midwest Data Databases, Tables & Calculators by Subject Employment &.

facilities are in the same labor market or recruiting area. In addition to the records an employer is required to compile and maintain to support the AAP [41 CFR and (d)], the employer should also keep materials evidencing its affirmative action efforts. This may include items such as.

Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) is a federal Bureau of Labor Statistics program that provides employment and wage estimates by occupation. OES is a nation-wide program which contactsestablishments annually (approximately 7, establishments are contacted annually in Iowa).

The data is comparable across states and. Revised 4/15 Chapter 2 M&S Manual 1 Section SECTION STATE OF IOWA EEO, AA, AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY Last Update: 4/ State of Iowa EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION,File Size: 98KB. An Annual Review of Affirmative Action in the State of Iowa Executive Branch Septem Iowa Department of Administrative Services Human Resources Enterprise Hoover State Office Building E.

Walnut Street Des Moines, IA Please direct all questions and comments to: Anika Gaar, Affirmative Action Administrator. Knowledge of labor market/economic source data for Iowa and the nation. Knowledge of state and national labor market/economic trends. Knowledge of Information Technology software as can be applied to labor market research.

Ability to analyze labor market/economic data and determine its program validity. Purpose: To provide guidelines regarding affirmative action applicable to the entire university.

Policy Statement: The University of Northern Iowa has adopted a policy of affirmative action and nondiscrimination in accordance with federal and state public policy and law as currently in effect - Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of ; Executive Order as amended; Equal.

- COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF IOWA AND THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, 28 Affirmative Action Compliance Officer 2 22 Labor Market Research Economist 1 File Size: KB.The state of Iowa has no affirmative action requirements for private employers.

Affirmative action laws require the employer to make proactive efforts to represent individuals from certain protected classes in the workplace at levels comparable to those for unprotected groups.

Affirmative action requirements are separate and distinct from nondiscrimination laws, which prohibit discriminatory.Employers can use Affirmative Action Statistics to develop or update an affirmative action plan as required by law. Learn more from the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.

Communities can use this information to assess where or whether gender or racial disparities persist in the labor market.