Human Resources Policies
HR33 Help-Wanted Advertising
Policy Steward:Vice President for Human Resources>
POLICY'S INITIAL DATE: July 5, 1951
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: February 7, 1986
- Responsibility of Classified Advertisements
- Information Copies for Academic or Search Committee Advertising
To insure that language used in classified advertising complies with State and Federal legislation and maintains a standard of public relations.
The Manager of the Employment and Compensation Division is responsible for coordinating the placement of all help-wanted advertisements for the University in newspapers and other publications and for reviewing the wording of the advertisements so that:
- The wording of all such advertisements is in compliance with State and Federal legislation, and
- A standard of public relations through advertising can be maintained.
An administrator wishing to place a help-wanted advertisement shall contact the Manager of the Employment and Compensation Division for guidance.
To enable the Affirmative Action Office to refer any acceptable candidates from its files, the area placing an advertisement for a position classified as academic, or a search committee placing such an advertisement, shall send an information copy to the Affirmative Action Office.