Category: EEOC

I’m a 56-year-old IT worker who got laid off last year and has been unemployed ever since. I have a...

Research reveals that after the Great Recession, it took older employees who had been displaced about twice as lengthy to discover a new job as youthful employees. skynesher/Getty Images Workers aged 50 and over have a tougher time finding work than youthful employees, analysis reveals. Meanwhile, surveys recommend that this group believes they face age bias within the office. Here, an knowledgeable shares how employees…

Walmart was ordered to pay $420,000 after firing a worker with Down syndrome. It tried to get a fresh trial,...

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Walmart fired a retailer worker with Down syndrome in 2015 for “excessive absenteeism.” A decide ordered Walmart to pay the worker $420,000 and rehire her, citing incapacity discrimination. Walmart requested a new trial, but that request has now been denied. A federal decide has rejected Walmart’s request for a new trial associated to a incapacity discrimination lawsuit. The retailer had beforehand been…