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Safe at Home Quality Care

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Safe at Home Quality Care has posted job openings with RetirementJobs.com in the past, which means it has actively sought to hire and retain age 50+ workers. Please click the 'View Job Listings' link above to view active jobs, if any, posted on our site.

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Safelite Auto Glass

The seemingly simple function of auto glass may be taken for granted sometimes, but not by Safelite. We care about the people behind the glass – our customers and their families.
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Safelite truely appears age and color blind. For the senior employee, special accommodations are made such as outside elevator for the steps, special keyboard setups for those in wheel chairs and flexible work times for medical issues.

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This is one of the few companies that I know of that one is not penalized for preferring part time work, although seniors can go full time if desired. Safelite also rewards one for volunteering for extra hours on an as needed basis. They are flexible in working with one if off time is needed.

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Safeway

All of our stores were founded around the philosophy of offering customers the products they wanted to buy at a fair price, with lots of tender, loving care. We still open our doors every day today with that in mind, and because of it, we run really great stores.
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They let me go when I turned age 55 and gave me a trumped lame excuse. I worked for them for 34 years.

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