“You have done nothing wrong. I am just following orders in building a new, younger team for the CEO.”

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If you’re 67 years old, you work in human resources, and you happen to hear those words from the company’s U.S. president, it may be time to dust off the old resume.

Or contact the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

The HR Manager for a Swiss-based national manufacturer did the latter.

And in 2022, the EEOC sued on her behalf. According to this press release, the EEOC alleged that the company hired a new president in 2019, who received direction company HQ in Switzerland to “eliminate all older management and sales employees

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