Ageism will be illegal `by 1999'
- Ageism will be illegal `by 1999' Pickard, Jane // People Management;2/22/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p6
Discusses the campaign against age discrimination in employment industry in Britain. Campaign against ageist job advertisement from David Winnick of the Labour Party; Comments of Richard Worsley of Carnegie Third Age Programme (CTAP) on Winnick's proposed bill; Publication of `Gradual...
- Showdown over states' authority. Richey, Warren // Christian Science Monitor;10/13/99, Vol. 91 Issue 222, p1
Reports on the case of college professors in the state university system in Florida and their claims of age discrimination. Questions raised about the balance of power between state and federal government.
- Employer-mandated physicals for over-70 employees violate the ADEA. Murphy, Betty Southard; Barlow, Wayne E. // Personnel Journal;Jun93, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p24
Reports on the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit on the violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act by a Massachusetts state law. Requirement for state and local government employees over the age of 70 to pass annual physical examinations for...
- How to fight age bias and come out ahead. Smith, Marguerite T. // Money;Mar93, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p22
Offers advice to workers age 50 and up who think they have lost their job due to age bias. How to get the free booklet `Age Discrimination on the Job'; How to work with a job supervisor; Consulting an employment lawyer; Filing a change with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC);...
- Employment & training. Harper, Todd // Youth Studies Australia;Summer1992, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p9
Explains the finding by the South Australian Equal Opportunity Board that age is the most common form of discrimination in the area, as presented in the August 13, 1992 and September 21, 1992 issues of `Age.' Rejection of youth in employment and services because they were considered too young.
- Tales from the executive crib. Hall, Victoria // Seventeen;Mar93, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p118
Discusses how age discrimination affects young people. At home, school and shopping; No federal laws to protect young people from job discrimination; Age Discrimination and Employment Act protects people over forty from being fired; More.
- At the bench. Friedman, Dorian // U.S. News & World Report;11/17/97, Vol. 123 Issue 19, p8
Informs that the United States Supreme Court will hear, in November 1997, a case involving a 41-year-old woman who forfeited her right to sue her employer for age discrimination.
- Ageism denies one-third of population employment. // Management Today;Sep98, p13
Focuses on age discrimination in employment in Great Britain. What companies exclude people from employment for; Indication that there is no law or a code of practice to prevent this kind of discrimination; Estimation that more than 55 percent of businesses use age as a factor for hiring;...
- Old enough to get fired... Becker, M.; Hager, M. // Newsweek;12/9/1991, Vol. 118 Issue 24, p64
Investigates the expected increase in caseload in age-discrimination cases before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), partially a result of reductions in work forces during tough times, and the tendency to lay off older, highly paid workers. American Association of Retired...