Age Discrimination

California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act, as well as federal law, prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, which means that employers cannot treat employees or applications age 40 or older less favorably than employees younger than 40 years old. Examples include:

Examples Include:

Refusing to hire or promote an individual age 40 older despite being equally or more qualified than a younger individual

Terminating employees because of their age

Paying older workers less than younger workers

If you feel you have been subjected to discrimination or harassment because of your age, please contact our office to discuss your legal rights.

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