The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines age discrimination as any instances in which a job applicant or employee is treated unfavorably because of how old they are.
There usually comes a time in the career of successful first-time executives when they realize they give more than they receive. When executives take on their first term as a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or another C-level position, their employment contracts probably reflect their relative inexperience. Now that they have achieved success and helped the company thrive, they may wish to renegotiate the terms of their employment.
If you have ever witnessed illegal or unethical activities in your Detroit workplace, chances are that you thought twice about reporting these activities. Without guaranteed confidentiality and protection against retaliation, many would-be whistleblowers hesitate before speaking out. Some of them may never speak out because of retaliation and confidentiality concerns.
The director of special projects for the Detroit Building Authority (DBA) issued a statement acknowledging that a worker with the Detroit-based Gayanga Co. stepped forward on March 12 to let them know of a potential case of fraud on their employers' part.
When a professional sports team hires a new general manager, it makes the head coach nervous. Why? Because GMs often want to hire their own head coach.
As advocates for women in the Detroit workplace, we enjoy showing our readers that it is possible for women to achieve great things in the world of business. We understand the hurdles you face as you pursue your dreams.
In many scenarios, whistleblowers have watched from the sidelines as their superiors engaged in unethical and/or illegal activities. Deciding to blow the whistle on such wrongdoing probably did not come easily. Most of these people thought long and hard about the implications of speaking out before making such a decision. Some whistleblowers even go so far as to consult an attorney about the potential disadvantages, or cons, of taking such action.
The nation's workforce continues to get older as the baby boomer generation has yet to hit the retirement ranks in full force. This has led to many workers suffering age discrimination at workplaces all across Michigan and the rest of the country. Here are some common signs of age discrimination in the workplace.