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Forced out as were many others as we got older

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The company begins looking for ways to get rid of employees as they get past 50. They use ridiculous performance measures to say performance is bad; they don't apply the same measures to people under 50. Forced out as were many others as we got older.

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Lay off's are based on age, years with the company and salary.

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