This thirty days marks the 50th anniversary regarding the effective date associated with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (the ADEA) — among the leading statutes enforced by the U.S.
Equal Employment Chance Commission (EEOC).
Once I first joined up with the EEOC in April 2010, the task market ended up being different than it’s today. The consequences associated with the Great Recession were still being commonly believed through the entire economy, and predictions had been so it would make the country ten years or higher to recuperate from high work losings. Continue reading