How can I prove age discrimination in my workplace?

Proving you are the victim of age discrimination in your workplace can be challenging, so it is important to talk to an experienced employment lawyer at Windsor Troy. Firing older employees because of their age is wrong and can be against the law. To prove an age discrimination case, you will need documentation of your claim.

Keep track of the inappropriate comments or behaviors at work by writing them down and include the date, the location and the name of the person you are alleging discriminated against you. It is also a good idea to record the names of others who heard the comment or saw the behavior as they may be potential witnesses who can confirm details of your complaint.

In addition, save any emails containing information that will add to your case. Your personnel file may also contain helpful information as it saves your performance reviews and any disciplinary warnings you may have received.

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