SUPREME PRODUCTS, INC.

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SUPREME PRODUCTS, INC. 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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Sur La Table

Sur La Table, Inc. is a privately held retail company based in Seattle, Washington, that sells kitchenware products, including cookware, cutlery, cooks' tools, small electrics, tabletop and linens
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Being a kitchen store, they tend to hire people with cooking experience and a passion for food. Many of the customers seek out the older employees that may be near their own age. The company does hire young people; usually for the more physically demanding jobs.

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Sutherland Global Services

Established in 1986, Sutherland Global Services is a global provider of process transformation services. We offer an integrated portfolio of analytics-driven IT services, back-office and customer facing solutions that support the entire customer lifecycle. We are one of the largest process transformation companies in the world serving global leaders in major industry verticals
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I have been an employee of the above company for almost 5 years, and I see who they hire and have hired, and every indication is that it doesn't discriminate based on age. In fact, my observation is that they might even prefer the older worker since we tend to be more reliable.

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