Are laws against age discrimination effective?
I have been engaged in a discussion on this topic on a discussion board. Coincidentally, at dinner tonight a manager from a large organization--that shall remain nameless--volunteered that his HR manager said that she is not interested in hiring anyone over 42.
I don't think that there is any way to do so. Unless they come out and say it, or unless you have access to hiring records which clearly show a pattern of hiring only people under X-number of years it seems not really plausible to me.
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
Q: Why does it take 45 minutes and 3 phone calls to deposit a WELLS FARGO BANK CHECK at Wells Fargo?A: Because we're Wells Fargo -- and you're not!That's pretty much the answer I got when I went into my local Wells Fargo branch to follow up on a deposit my son had made earlier in the afternoon.This...
by VNolan 8 years ago
what are some aticles on age discrimination
by Chris 5 years ago
Why is so little glamor advice available to women over 40?Why is it that so many websites, magazines and references offer make up advise only a 20 year old can wear. Those of us in our middle years need the info more than the clear skinned youth. Is it age discrimination?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 6 years ago
If given the choice of hiring a 20 something or a 40 something, who has the advantages? I recall a boss who did not want me to hire the "old lady" - ironically I fought for her and it turned out she had the exact same birthday-month, date and YEAR of my boss who made that...
by Mr-Yo LV 7 years ago
Does anyone else have this problem when they first joined?
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