violated their benefits, and they would meet to maintain their profits. Abusing the power to retirean employee due to a defined age is truly discriminatory in terms of age, injustice, and illegalityin US law. I agreed with Do's points because I know this issue from the lesson on"Distinguishing Jobs" in my class. It pointed out that "Making decisions were based on groupmembership rather than individual merit" which can be detrimental or difficult for seniorsbecause their ages were evidence of age discrimination. I think if I were Do, I would make myemployers be aware that those senior employees might feel their discriminated and their actionsviolated US labor laws. They could be sued and got in trouble if they seriously took actionagainst them to protect their rights. This is not always the true issue, however, because somespecific occupations, such as airlines, firefighters, policeman require physical strength, emotionalskills or sharpness, can retire when they reach an age that they can not keep up with therequirement of the job. Anyway, everyone is entitled to fair treatment when they work hard andcontribute to their company. Certainly, if people are not against unethical things, there will bemore people who are treated unfairly and personalities will decrease.
- Fall '15