Discriminatory Decision-making in Workplace Hiring and Firing

In August 2016, four former employees filed a class action lawsuit against HP, Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprises for age discrimination, claiming that they were laid off as part of a restructuring of the company to “transform itself from an ‘old’ company into a ‘younger’ operation.” Their firing came shortly after CEO Meg Whitman publicly…

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Avoiding Costly Litigation and Unwanted Attention

It was recently announced in a press release that large and well-known California-based tech company is being sued for employment discrimination. This suit is purported to be a class action that will represent those former employers of the company who were laid-off (allegedly) because of their age. Currently the case includes only four ex-employees, but…

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