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USCIS to Adjudicate Recent Asylum Filings Over Older Applications to Combat Massive Backlog

“Last in but, First Out” Really! Yes really! Zero sense!!! This was a reaction of many lawyers and asylums seekers  when  on January 30th, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency responsible for overseeing the nation’s legal immigration … Continue reading

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Is It Legal for Tinder to Charger Older Users More?

The dating app Tinder popularized the notions of swiping right and left on potential partners — right for yes, left for no. Tinder’s paid service, called Tinder Plus, offers benefits that are not part of the normal free service. For … Continue reading

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The ‘Wisdom Capital’ of Older Workers

An article by a Brazilian scholar argues hat older workers (age 55+) possess “wisdom capital” that is an extremely valuable asset to any organization. Anselmo Ferreira Vasconcelos writes in Older Workers  as a Source of Wisdom Capital: Broadening Perspectives that … Continue reading

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Companies Accused of Using Facebook to Discriminate Against Older Workers

A class action lawsuit was recently filed in federal court in San Francisco on behalf of the Communications Workers of America and its members, as well as any and all Facebook users who are 40 years of age or older. … Continue reading

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The older I get, the more I like straightforward things, like the West Point Honor Code.

See here for a good discussion about the difference between codes that force community members to turn in their colleagues and those that don't. Read more detail on Recent Bankruptcy Posts –

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