Category Archives: Age

OOPS, THEY DID IT AGAIN. SELECTING OFFICIALS WHO CAN’T EXPLAIN THEIR ACTIONS Like Brittany Spears’ song, some selecting officials are still getting “lost in the game,”  and in the process hurting those around them.  In this case, an over 40 … Continue reading

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FEDS OVER 40 CATCH A BREAK The Trump Administration tried to slash federal employee rights to fight age discrimination, but on April 6, 2020 the Supreme Court slapped them down hard. The Trumpetteers wanted to force feds to have to … Continue reading

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EEOC REAFFIRMS THE AGE DISCRIMINATION STANDARD OF PROOF What does an employee have to prove to win an age discrimination case?  Does he have to show that “but for” a discriminatory act he would have received the promotion or other … Continue reading

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SSA SCHEMES TO SCREW SENIORS EEOC just found that several offices of the Social Security Administration have been scheming to exclude employees over the age of 40 from moving into jobs with higher career promotion.  EEOC not only gave eight employees … Continue reading

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WHAT IS A “SUBSTANTIALLY YOUNGER” FEDERAL EMPLOYEE? Here’s a hint. It is someone over 40 years old. Need another hint? It is also someone who applied for promotion. Still stumped? It is someone who got the promotion instead of a … Continue reading

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