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    EEO/EEOC - Dismissal Procedures (Elderly)

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    Assume you are the department chair and several faculty members in your organization are at retirement age but show no signs of retiring. Unfortunately, their performance has fallen, though not severely enough for disciplinary action, and they are highly paid. You would like them to retire but legally (according to AA/EEO guidelines). What options are available to you in terms of discussing the possibility of retirement with your faculty? Given the legal constraints, how would you proceed?

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    The faculty in this scenario will be protected from any action that violates their tenure if they possess tenure. Because the scenario insinuates that this is the case these faculty members are afforded protections outlined by the United States Supreme Court and if as according to YOUR ...

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    The expert discusses dismissal procedures for people that are within retirement age.

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