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-99- Page 13 of 19 Pages [[underlined]] Table 9 [[/underlined]] [[table, 3 columns]] [[underlined]] Occupation Categories | FY'83 | FY'84 [[/underlined]] Professional | 1 | 4 Administrative | 0 | 2 Technical | 2 | 0 Clerical | 0 | 4 Other(White Collar) | [[underlined]] 8 | 7 [[/underlined]] Total | 11 | 17 [[/table]] [[table, 3 columns]] [[underlined]] Table 10 Grade levels | FY'83 | FY'84 [[/underlined]] 13 - 15 | 0 | 3 9 - 12 | 4 | 5 5 - 8 | 5 | 4 1 - 4 | [[underlined]] 2 | 5 [[/underlined]] Total | 11 | 17 [[/table]] The seventeen complaints were spread among twelve Organization Units and set no particular pattern. For example, one organization unit had three complaints, three units two each, and eight units one each. Investigations of six of the complaints revealed no evidence of discrimination. In one other case discrimination was found. The investigations continue to turn up instances of poor communications regarding supervisory counseling, job performance, and employee conduct.
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