The agency has alleged violations of the ADEA against Norfolk Southern and Llanerch Country Club in two new lawsuits.
Tag: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
The agency is accusing an internet-based auto parts seller of violating federal law when it refused to hire a 64-year-old job applicant.
A provision in a union contract limits the salary increases of teachers who are within ten years of retirement eligibility to no more than 6% above their previous year's salary, which prevents the school district from having to make contributions to the Teacher’s Retirement System.
The agency accuses the system of passing over a 53-year-old with 25 years’ experience to hire a 23-year-old with less than two years’ experience.
A report by the EEOC Acting Chair says age discrimination can thwart employees’ plans to work longer and could affect retirement plan drawdown strategies.
A staffing firm sent an email to the applicant telling him he would no longer be considered for a position because he was “born in 1945,” and “age will matter,” according to the EEOC.
During a webcast sponsored by Mercer, implications of the AARP v. EEOC lawsuit ruling were discussed.
A federal court judge vacated the incentive portion of the EEOC wellness program rules under the ADA and GINA, but issued a stay on his decision until January 1, 2019.
EEOC says Montrose Memorial Hospital fired or forced 29 workers ages 40 and older to resign