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The most obvious – and blatant – type of age discrimination is when a business terminates an employee who is over 40, and then quickly fills that job with someone who is 5 years younger (or more) than the terminated employee.
But there are many other ways that Age Discrimination can occur in a workplace. Some of the most common examples include:
- Being demoted or passed over for promotion due to age
- Being given worse work assignments due to age
- Not being given a raise because of your age
- Company forcing new processes on older employees without proper training
- Company not allowing appropriate time to learn new procedures
- Layoffs involving only (or mostly) people over the age of 40
- Being replaced by someone substantially less qualified for the position
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