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Supreme Court Approves of Disparate Impact Claims Involving Age Discrimination (PDF)
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[Guidance Overview]
Aug. 18, 2005
Pages 1-2 of 18. Excerpt: In light of the Court's ruling, employers should review their policies and procedures to confirm that they do not, in their application, adversely impact protected classes of employees, including those over 40. Further, employers should document the business reasons for employment decisions that impact a broad group of employees, and contact an attorney before implementing any policy that may adversely effect a large number of older workers.

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