8 Proactive Steps To Avoid Workplace Age Bias Claims

Law360 (August 15, 2019, 3:49 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2024 close to 10%  of the American workforce will be 65 or older, and the percentage of workers in the 75 or older age demographic is anticipated to increase more than any other age group.[1] One of the primary reasons for this labor shift is obvious — people cannot afford to retire.

The number of retirees with defined benefit plans is dwindling, and American workers generally lack the necessary financial resources to leave the workforce at age 65, even with Social Security benefits. Adding to the cost of retirement is the fact...

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