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December, 1974 Revision 3. Assure equal employment opportunity for handicapped and older workers when it has been determined that they are qualified candidates for available positions. 4. Assure equal employment opportunity for members of tandem family teams when it has been determined that they are qualified candidates for available positions. 5. Assure that women, minorities, handicapped and older workers--both academic and non-academic--have equal opportunity for promotion to higher level positions, transfer, recall from layoff, benefits, University sponsored training, education, tuition assistance, social and recreational programs. 6. Assure that all present female and minority employees occupying clerical or other non-academic positions and who possess qualifications exceeding those of other employees occupying higher level positions be given maximal consideration for promotions to higher level positions for which they qualify consistent with legitimate seniority status and State regulations. 7. Promote elimination of the concept of male and female job classification through affirmative efforts in the recruitment, placement, transfer, and promotion of male and female applicants and employees into occupations from which they have traditionally been excluded. 8. Make career counseling available for all employees. 9. Improve the ratio of female and minority admissions in Ph.D. and other graduate and professional programs. Also to insure equal employment opportunity in respect to the awarding of graduate teaching -5-

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