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    Age Discrimination Case Study: Cable Fixers

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    Gene Johnson, who worked for Cable Fixers, Inc. for 21 years, was terminated when he was 69 years old and was replaced by a much younger man who Cable Fixers paid a significantly lower salary than it was paying Gene. Gene's only evidence of age discrimination is an email from his manager stating that he (the manager) understood how long Gene had worked for Cable Fixers but that Gene was not doing as good a job as he used to do. Is this enough to establish age discrimination? What elements must Gene show to prove age discrimination? Can Cable Fixers fire an older, higher salaried employee and replace him with a younger lower paid employee?

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    Gene has received an email from his manager which according to me is enough evidence to establish age discrimination. Following are the elements Gene must show to prove age discrimination under The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967:
    1) He falls within the protected age ...

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    Discusses elements to prove age discrimination.