Small company strategy in minority group employment

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Suggested personnel policies for small companies recruiting and hiring members of minority groups. Small companies can capitalize on their size by emphasizing more personal and informal human relationships in their recruiting activity. They can upgrade present minority employees through modest training programs built around person-to-person coaching. Suggestions are made for handling unjustified accusations of discrimination and for statistically measuring progress in fair employment. 8 pp.

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