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Understanding Issues with Wages

Age discrimination in the workplace is a serious and widespread problem in the United States. Employers will often refuse to hire an individual based on his/her age. An employer may
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What Are The Issues with Employment and Promotions

Age discrimination and employment often occur simultaneously. Individuals over the age of forty are often subjected to age discrimination at work. The older an employee becomes, the more likely he/she
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All You Need to Know About Discrimination in the Workplace

Work environments are rife with all types of prejudice, including discrimination based on race, ethnicity, sex, and religion. The distribution of unfair wages, specifically based upon the sex or race
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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Employers often discriminate against applicants and employees based upon their race, ethnicity, age, sex, and religion. Federal laws, such as the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Americans with
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Understanding Forced Early Retirement

Because of the economic crisis currently unfolding in the United States and around the world, many elderly employees are being
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Age Discrimination in Employment Act

AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT TEXTWhat is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act?The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits any employer from refusing to hire, discharge, or otherwise discriminate
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Guide To: Elder Law Lawyers

Guide to Finding Elder Law LawyerGuide to Finding Elder Law Lawyer Elder Law Lawyers Explained: In the United States, elder law is a legal field that covers areas of legal practice that place an emphasis on issues that affect the aging population.
Guide to Finding Elder Abuse LawyerGuide to Finding Elder Abuse Lawyer How do I find an Elder Abuse Lawyer? When a person enters the twilight of their life, they often must rely on the help of others in order to function every day.

Elder Law News

South Carolina's New Voter ID Law May Affect Seniors South Carolina's New Voter ID Law May Affect Seniors A new law in South Carolina now requires voters to show proof of identification from a government issued id, which can include a driver's license or state ID card.
Aging and the Law Event to be Held in Boston Aging and the Law Event to be Held in Boston In Boston, from November 10th to 12th , The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the National Aging and Law Conference (NALC), will host the annual National Aging and Law Institute.