(a) The employer shall take affirmative action to recruit women to
apply for those jobs where they have been previously excluded.
Note: This can be done by various methods. Examples include: (1)
Including in itineraries of recruiting trips women's colleges where
graduates with skills desired by the employer can be found, and female
students of coeducational institutions and (2) designing advertisements
to indicate that women will be considered equally with men for jobs.
(b) Women have not been typically found in significant numbers in
management. In many companies management trainee programs are one of the
ladders to management positions. Traditionally, few, if any, women have
been admitted into these programs. An important element of affirmative
action shall be a commitment to include women candidates in such
(c) Distinctions based on sex may not be made in other training
programs. Both sexes should have equal access to all training programs
and affirmative action programs should require a demonstration by the
employer that such access has been provided.