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Appendix A
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Appendix C
Table 1: Faculty Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit
Table 2: Unclassified Staff Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit
Table 3: Faculty: Comparison of Mean Responses for Male – Female and Minority – White Faculty
Table 4: Female Faculty: Mean Responses in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 5: Faculty of Color: Mean Item Responses in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 6: Faculty: Top Five Issues of Concern and Five Issues of Least Concern
Table 7: Unclassified Staff Mean Item Responses by Sex and Race/Ethnicity
Table 8: Unclassified Staff: Female Item Means in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 9: Minority Unclassified Staff Item Means in Descending Order of Perceived
Responses to the Equity Study


Table 8: Unclassified Staff: Female Item Means in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity (N=334)

Item

Label

Female

 

S.D.

         

10

Merit Salary Allocation

2.74

*

1.03

21

Amount of Raise

2.59

*

0.93

5

Recognition of Achievement

2.52

*

0.86

11

Promotion Process

2.51

*

0.84

15

Voice in Decision Making

2.40

*

0.78

16

Professional Development Support

2.38

 

0.81

4

Job Responsibilities

2.38

*

0.72

2

Performance Evaluation Methods

2.37

*

0.76

14

Unit Climate

2.36

*

0.70

9

Annual Evaluation Process

2.35

*

0.79

17

Allocation Work Space

2.33

 

0.78

3

Communication of Performance Evaluation Mthds

2.32

*

0.75

19

Funding Grad Position

2.30

 

0.78

7

Perform. Feedback

2.30

*

0.71

13

Unit Awards

2.30

*

0.69

1

Participation Univ. Committees

2.29

*

0.68

12

Hiring Process

2.27

*

0.7

6

Mentoring Junior Staff

2.25

*

0.65

8

Comm. w/Unit Leaders

2.22

*

0.54

18

Allocation Equipment

2.22

 

0.57

20

Flexible Work Hours

2.16

 

0.55

23

Family Issues

2.12

 

0.49

22

Access to Benefits

2.12

 

0.48

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