Law that prohibits arbitrary discrimination against workers over the age of 40 in any employment decision, especially firing. Also includes that no one can be forced to retire.
A United States federal law that protects workers age 40 and older from being discriminated against because of their age. TO TOP
A federal law that prohibits arbitrary discrimination against workers over the age of 40 in any employment decision, particularly firing the employee. The ADEA also provides that no worker can be forced to retire
Makes non-federal employees over age 40 a protected class, relative to their treatment (in pay, benefits, employment and other personnel actions).
ADEA is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of age by employers of 20 or more employees against people over 40. The law exempts from coverage cases where age is a bona-fide occupational qualification or where an individual is in a certain key executive or policy-making position and will have a pension in excess of $40,000 per year the law. These employees may be required to retire at age 65.
Age Of Majority
a federal law which bans companies with 20 or more employees from discriminating against people who are age 40 or older.
A federal law that protects older employees from employment discrimination on the basis of age.
A federal law that prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals age 40 or more. This law generally applies to companies with 20 or more employees.
A 1967 Federal law that prohibits employers with 20 or more employees from discriminating on the basis of age in hiring, job retention, compensation, and benefits. ADEA also sets requirements for the duration of employer-provided Disability benefits.
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Pub. L. No. 90-202, 81 Stat. 602 (Dec. 15, 1967), codified as Chapter 14 of Title 29 of the United States Code, through (ADEA), prohibits employment discrimination against persons 40 years of age or older in the United States (see ). The law also sets standards for pensions and benefits provided by employers and requires that information about the needs of older workers be provided to the general public.