Should I go ahead and retire before an EEOC OFO decision is rendered in my age discrimination case?
1 attorney answer
To maximize damages, you should stay employed until you get a final decision. That is the best I can say without additional information. Age discrimination is very common but hard to prove. You won so stick with it until the finality is there unless you have a terminal illness and want a few months to yourself. Otherwise, stick it to the man and keep working. Godspeed.
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