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98.Clarence is 59 years old. His employer, Twentieth Century Motors, is offering an early retirement package for workers 58 years old and older. The early retirement package appears financially generous, but in order to receive it, Clarence will be required to sign a waiver that he will not in the future sue Twentieth Century Motors for age discrimination. Clarence’s rights in this situation are protected by the99.Valerie has worked for a major insurance company for 25 years. She is a widow and most of her social life revolves around work and friends from work. Her job performance has been consistently high, and she has been steadily promoted over the years and is now in a mid-level managerial position. Recently, Valerie’s company instituted an early retirement program. Valerie feels her manager and the HR department put undue pressure on her to take the retirement package al-though she would have preferred to stay on the job. If Valerie wished to sue, the appropriate law would be100.A key legal factor in early retirement plans is that they101.Mike is taking a job at a growing video game design company. One of the reasons he took the job is that if he bought stock in the company, the company would match the amount he invested. Mike feels that this would allow him to benefit from the company’s growth, over and above just getting his regular salary and other benefits. This kind of plan is called a/an ____ plan.102.Angela, who lives in Alabama, recently turned down an attractive job offer as assistant director of marketing from a firm in Oregon because it would not provide assistance in finding a job for her husband or assistance in buying a new home in Oregon, where house prices are much higher than in Alabama. It appears that the Oregon firm103.Maxine is a single mother with an entry-level management job. She needs to consider her 3-year-old child’s future welfare if she should die before her child is self-supporting. Maxine has learned that her company offers group life insurance at the typical level of coverage most companies offer. Maxine will be ____, because the typical level of coverage is ____.