Age and workplace discrimination and related legislative issues are among the topics explored in this November 2006 telephone survey of Indiana 50+ workers.
Survey results include the following:
- More than one-third (35%) of respondents has experienced or knows of someone who has experienced age discrimination.
- More than six in ten (65%) respondents either strongly support (39%) or somewhat support (26%) legislation extending age discrimination protection to Indiana workers who are older than 75.
- More than three-fourths (77%) of respondents support changing Indiana state law to allow individuals to bring age discrimination cases to courts without going through the State Department of Labor.
This telephone survey of 1,002 Indiana 50+ workers was conducted for AARP during November 2-8, 2006 by Woelfel Research, Inc. For more information about the survey, contact Susan L. Silberman of AARP Knowledge Management at 202-434-6339. (15 pages)
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