A Couple Of Recent EEOC Cases Raise The Question Of Whether Employers Understand Age Discrimination

  • A staffing company in New Jersey paid $50,000 to settle a case in which the company sent an email to an applicant notifying him that that he would not be considered for a position because he was “born before 1945” and “age will matter.”
  • An oral surgery practice in Michigan paid $47,000 to settle a case in which the company fired an employee with 37 years of service 4 days after her 65th birthday because they had a company policy which required employees to retire at age 65.

These are two amazingly blatant cases of age discrimination. Our experts assist our clients in complying with all discrimination laws.

By |2018-03-23T15:03:00+00:00March 26th, 2018|Business Ownership, Human Resources|0 Comments

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