Court decides $85,000 owed to 52 year old man who lost his job to a younger employee

April 24, 2019

Age discrimination is a real thing. Have you been affected?


A 52 year old production foreman with over 20 years of industry experience was pushed out of his job, according to an age discrimination suit filed by the EEOC, because of his age by a young superintendent. The 52 year old, according to the suit, was considered “very knowledgeable” by the workers he supervised. The suit was brought against Atlas Energy Group LLC by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

 

In addition to paying the $85,000 in monetary relief to the man, the decree instructs Atlas Energy Group to avoid engaging in age discrimination in the future, requires them to provide training on age discrimination to its staff, post a notice of employee rights under the ADEA, as well as report future complaints of age discrimination to the EEOC. More about the decision here.

 

Are you a victim of age discrimination at work? Ultimately, receiving legal advice gives you the additional benefit of proper counsel as well as more equal footing in the lawsuit battle.

 

At the law offices of Verner Smith, we have handled hundreds of cases over the decades, and will be glad to review your potential case. Contact our main office at (731) 423-1888 today.

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