FY 2001 Report - Web Version
Chapter 1 Signs of Progress for Workers
Chapter 2 Non-traditional Fields
Chapter 3 Regional Differences Within Illinois
Chapter 4 Progress in the Illinois Public Sector
Chapter 5 Progress in the Illinois Private Sector
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In July, 1998, the Illinois Department of Labor received state funds for the first time to implement Public Act 87-0405, also known as the Progress of Women and Minorities in the Workplace Act. With this public act, the Department was designated to monitor the employment progress of women and minorities in the Illinois workforce, including access to the public sector, private sector, labor unions and collective bargaining units.
George H. Ryan, Governor
William A. Rolando, Director
The mission of the Progress of Women and Minorities in the Workforce Program:
"To promote the material, social and intellectual prosperity of working men and women in Illinois by increasing public education and awareness of workplace equity and diversity, and responsibly monitoring the employment progress of women and minorities in the Illinois workforce through accurate, comprehensive and informative reporting. "
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Report Cover and Table of Contents (15.5MB)
Chapter 1 Signs of Progress for Workers and Summary (9.6MB)
Chapter 2 Non-traditional Fields (3.4MB)
Chapter 3 Regional Differences Within Illinois (10.2MB)
Chapter 4 Progress in the Illinois Public Sector (3.2MB)
Chapter 5 Progress in the Illinois Private Sector (5.8MB)
Concluding Remarks (22KB)
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Progress of Women and Minorities in the Illinois Workforce 2001 was prepared by the Progress of Women and Minorities in the Workforce Program:Doris Moy, Program Administrator
Kellie C. Germond, Research and Policy Analyst
Michael Corriere, Assistant Program Administrator
This report was authored, and the analyses were designed and implemented by Kellie C. Germond.