Having been laid off from the company and then coming back in as a contractor, applied for positions. Wasn't making it to any interviews. Asked a recruiter as to why I wasn't making it to any of the interviews that I applied to the position. Pretty much told that I had too much experience, when directly asked if I was too old to get back in, said "I didn't say that" but it was pretty much implied.
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My own experience as well as that observed.
Advance Auto Parts is headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia and is now the largest retailer of automotive replacement parts and accessories in the United States by store count after acquiring General Parts Incorporated in October 2013
Different managers treat older employees fair and some treat them like they should not be working there. They also fail to take into consideration that most older employees would not be working if they didn't need too. Not all older employees only held positions in a auto parts store.
The specifically ask you on the job application if you are between a certain age bracket. If you are not they will not allow you to continue the application. Clearly age discrimination.
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