Policymakers should strengthen regulations to prohibit inquiries about age and date of birth in job applications.
Employer-provided benefits are an essential part of job quality, and they contribute significantly to employees’ overall compensation packages.
Policymakers should protect the rights of older workers and workers with disabilities to receive fair and nondiscriminatory benefits.
Employers should use voluntary, nondiscriminatory exit and ERIs for employees of all ages.
Discriminatory employment practices can take a variety of forms.
Deficit-reduction efforts should avoid cuts in programs that serve low- and moderate-income populations.
Policymakers should use regulatory and legislative measures to prohibit discrimination against the following groups of workers:
The success or failure of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) depends on the actions of both federal and state agencies.
When issuing regulations, establishing an enforcement strategy, and developing procedures for resolving charges, the EEOC should give due attention to an aging workforce and