InformationWeek Radio
Age Discrimination In IT: Know The Law
Date / Time: Tuesday, June 03, 2014, 2:00 PM New York/11:00 AM San Francisco
Overview:

Age discrimination in the IT profession is at worst rampant and at best misunderstood. We draw that broad conclusion based on the extensive reporting InformationWeek has done on this subject and the flood of reader feedback we've received on our coverage.

Whether you're an employer or employee, the first step is to understand the law: What does and does not constitute age discrimination in today's workforce? In this special episode of InformationWeek Radio, our guest Monrae L. English, a partner with Wild, Carter & Tipton, will address specific scenarios and answer questions from attendees on both sides of this issue. Ms. English, who joined Wild, Carter & Tipton in 2005, has trial experience in several areas, but her main focus has been on plaintiffs’ labor and employment law.

Register for this 30-minute InformationWeek Radio show and plan to also take part in the 30-minute online chat that follows, when Ms. English will answer questions. Consider it a 30-minute tutorial for both employers and employees, followed by a 30-minute IM-like text chat.

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