Age & Disability Discrimination
By rchangy, Updated
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Henry is a paraplegic and Robert is 65 years old, but those things don't inhibit their desire and capability to work. They're both about to get food from the company's cafeteria they just interviewed for when they overhear an unsettling conversation between the interviewers they just met with.
The interviewers, Sally and Brandon, laugh about how Henry and Robert are "in over their heads." They discuss how Henry and Robert wouldn't fit in with the company culture and claim Henry and Robert wouldn't be "good hires." However, the interviewers' claims are based on the disability they see in Henry and the age they see in Robert.
Unsurprising to them, Henry and Robert hear from Brandon that they didn't receive the jobs. Henry and Robert know they're qualified and want the chance to be evaluated fairly based on their qualifications and skills. However, they don't know the options that they have because they're not official employees.
Henry and Robert learn that their classes, disability and age respectively, are protected for employees and applicants. After learning this, they decide to file complaints for discrimination internally.
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