Ageism v. Capitalism, A Motive for Discrimination

  • Michael Dewing

Abstract

The story of age discrimination as interpreted by civil justice is told by analyzing the current structure of laws highlighting specific Supreme Court cases along with our U.S. Congress chiming in and attempting to further address the fairness in the rule of law governing the specifics of the EEOC procedural steps and how appellate courts may consider factors relating to the analogous terminology. Further study is warranted and justified by statistical data points and analysis in the way ageism is defining our labor force and our economic system with a focus on age discrimination, giving particular attention to time, age, and experience.
Published
2019-04-16