Conflicting Recruitment Policies; Veteran's Readjustment Program vs Equal Employment Opportunity for White Females through Fiscal Year 1984.
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ARMY MISSILE COMMAND REDSTONE ARSENAL AL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICE
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This paper investigates the use of the Veterans Readjustment Program at the U.S. Army Missile Command with specific attention as to whether or not it is a barrier to white females seeking employment. Archival data by sex and Veterans preference were collected from the U.S. Army Missile Commands automated data bank and analyzed to determine employment trends of Vietnam Era Veterans from fiscal year 78 through fiscal year 84 as compared to other recruitment procedures utilized to recruit at grades 1 through 7 from outside government. Data analysis revealed that traditional recruitment procedures brought a significantly larger percentage of white females into the work force than does the Veterans Readjustment program. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations