With up to five generations in the workforce today, employers need to be cognizant of the risk of age discrimination claims that could result from hiring or other employment decisions, as well as the risk of harassment charges arising from age-related comments or behavior. In her article for the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Lisa McGlynn outlines proper hiring practices, trainings and policies, and workplace procedures that should be followed to mitigate the risk of litigation. 

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