The California Department of Human Resources is gathering demographic information from state workers for an expanded census of public employees. It features new fields that allow workers to identify themselves as “multi race” as well as questions about military service.
The California Department of Human Resources is gathering demographic information from state workers for an expanded census of public employees. It features new fields that allow workers to identify themselves as “multi race” as well as questions about military service. Mike Groll Associated Press file
The California Department of Human Resources is gathering demographic information from state workers for an expanded census of public employees. It features new fields that allow workers to identify themselves as “multi race” as well as questions about military service. Mike Groll Associated Press file

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New state worker census lets employees identify themselves as ‘multiple races’

May 05, 2017 04:18 PM

UPDATED May 05, 2017 05:02 PM

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