Equal opportunities

March 1996
People Management;3/21/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p13
Discusses information about the opportunity for part-timers working in the civil service, on race discrimination in public jobs, the government's resistance to allow gay people in the armed forces and others. Reserved right payments opportunity for part-timers; Percentage growth on ethnic minority representation across the civil service during the 1990s; Possible effects of admitting homosexuals in the armed forces.


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