Policymakers at all levels of government have developed standards and guidance to ensure fair employment practices which address wages, working conditions and other aspects
Older workers may choose to or need to continue working; however, they face discrimination, especially in layoffs and hiring.
AARP’s policies on personal and legal rights are guided by these six principles:
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When a person cannot pay civil or criminal obligations because of poverty
Over the past 50 years, older workers have become a more significant part of the nation’s job force.
All people have the fundamental right to be free from discrimination. Various civil rights laws protect this right. They prohibit many forms of discriminatory conduct.