Report on Female Staff Discrimination at Columbia University, February 1971, page 18

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CONCLUF3 IONS

SUGGESTED AREAS FOR FURTHER INQUIRY
We believe that the inequalities revealed in this study are L3
indicative of tendencies which permeate every level of employ-
.ment at Columbia. We further believe that should the university '
open it’: files for critical examination this thesis would be
proven conclusively. [Considering the seriousness of this A
accusation and it's far reaching consequences for the human
dignity of Columbia women it seems only just that all relevant
infonaation be made public. This must include hard comparative
‘data on: t M
1. Salaries
2. Educational levels
3. Experience
H. Length of service
5. Job titles
6. Job descriptions
7. Criteria for promotions
not lust the general employment policy which serves an an

administrative figlelf.

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