Staying on the Job Story

Story

"We are looking for someone to build a future with our organization." Those words were burning in my ears as I left the building. I saw my reflection in the window - I never felt so old. There I stood staring at my face as if the wrinkled lines were an etched pencil drawing: they didn't care about my experience, they thought I was too old. They are right - I am too old and tired to fight their discrimination.

by: Leslie

QUESTIONS

  • What is the limit u can make when u turn 65. I am still working part time.
  • What is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
  • So I asked to help rent out some homes which I did come to find out they have been foreclosed on and one lady cause she only seen me want and filed charges for theft how can I fight this
  • I was injured on the job 4-4-14 and reinjured 8-7-14. I returned to work on restricted duty 9-21-14 and was fired 10-24-14. Can they do this?
  • When is it NOT LEGAL to terminate an employee; i.e., what are the grounds for termination of employment that the law prohibits?
  • Can a gas station attendant refuse to give you change?
  • How many employees must an employer have to fall under Arizona's age discrimination laws
  • I have taken early soc sec retirement. if i exceed the soc sec ceiling on income next year (2007), when and how is the benefit adjustment made to my current soc sec check. Do I have to file anything?
  • If I feel I earned more than I was paid, is there a government organization I can call to confirm that?
  • I started to recieve my soc.security money about 7 months ago. I now want to go back to work. What is the procedure?

STORIES

  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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