Age Bias Claims Up But Tougher To Prove

by Brian Mahany It's no surprise that the economic meltdown of 2008 and its aftermath has led to record numbers of age discrimination claims. Many businesses used the downturn as a reason to fire older workers. Why? In some cases because their performance simply was not up to par. But in many cases, the reasons are more sinister. Older workers who have been with the company for years make more money than a new hire. If the person let go was over 40, there may be a great case of age discrimination. Although age discrimination cases are at record numbers, getting justice and compensation f
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