Human Resources Policies

HR33 Help-Wanted Advertising

Policy Status: 

Active

Policy Steward: 

Vice President for Human Resources

POLICY'S INITIAL DATE: July 5, 1951
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: February 7, 1986

Contents:

PURPOSE:

To insure that language used in classified advertising complies with State and Federal legislation and maintains a standard of public relations.

RESPONSIBILITY OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS:

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:

  1. The wording of all such advertisements is in compliance with State and Federal legislation, and
  2. A standard of public relations through advertising can be maintained.

PROCEDURE:

An administrator wishing to place a help-wanted advertisement shall contact the Manager of the Employment and Compensation Division for guidance.

INFORMATION COPIES FOR ACADEMIC OR SEARCH COMMITTEE ADVERTISING:

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.