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Severance Agreement Requirements for Older Workers

During a layoff or non-voluntary reduction in force, the topic of how much time employers need to give employees to consider severance packages and what disclosures must be made creates considerable confusion in the media, with much being made of employers’ supposed failure to make required disclosures ( 353 more words

Adam Gersh

Continued Employment Sufficient Consideration for Rhode Island Arbitration Agreement

The United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island held that continued employment is sufficient consideration to enforce an arbitration agreement in Rhode Island. 119 more words

Single Ageist Comment May Be Insufficient to Sustain Age Discrimination Claim

Q.  If a supervisor makes a comment about an employee’s age, will the company be liable for age discrimination?

A.  While ageist comments are never appropriate in the workplace, an Illinois federal court recently ruled that a single age-related comment was insufficient for an employee to prevail on an age discrimination claim. 653 more words

Job Ads Distributed to Younger Recruits May Be Discriminatory

Q.  My company wants to target on-line recruitment ads for certain jobs to specific age groups. Is that legal?

A.  In most circumstances, the answer is no. 343 more words

The EEOC's Predicament with Respect to the ADEA's 50th Anniversary

Pity the poor EEOC.

The EEOC is in the painful position of having to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, which the EEOC has failed to aggressively enforce and arguably violates itself. 690 more words

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The New Yorker Wimps Out on Age Discrimination

An article on ageism in the November 20 issue of The New Yorker is oddly detached and completely misses the point.

For one thing, The New Yorker fails in the article,  946 more words

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U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Neglects its History of Advocacy for Older Workers

In the past, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging has been an advocate for older workers who are faced with age discrimination in employment. 575 more words

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