Palm Beach County Case Zimpfer vs. There was a vacancy which was advertised by the county for the position of employee relations manager, a position which Mr. Zimpfer decided to apply for.
According to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ofemployment discrimination against anyone at least 40 years of age in the US is disallowed. The relevant code section is 29 U. The law does not allow age discrimination in matters of hiring or promotions.
This is a blanket ban against age discrimination. In case of Palm Beach County, Mr. Bryce Zimpfer applied for the position of employee relations manager.
The department filled the position with Mr. Brad Merriman, aged Even though Brad had less experience than Bryce, he was appointed. This is a case of age based discrimination. Since Brad has been appointed, even though he has less experience than Bryce, the onus lies on the Palm Beach County to establish that there was no age based discrimination.
This was established in the Supreme Court case Meacham v. Knolls Atomic Power Lab, U. Only if Palm Beach can establish some other reasonable factor that was responsible for favoring Brad instead of Bryce, a case of age discrimination under ADEA will be established. The references related to the answer are also included.Is Palm Beach County School District involved in a court case or lawsuit?
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Zimpfer V. Palm Beach County Mr.
Zimpfer was a victim of illegal age discrimination because his qualifications well exceeded the qualifications of J. Brad Merriman– the candidate ultimately selected for the position.
The Age discrimination in employment Act (ADEA) was designed to %(3). In case of Palm Beach County, Mr. Bryce Zimpfer applied for the position of employee relations manager. The department filled the position with Mr. Brad Merriman, aged Even though Brad had less experience than Bryce, he was appointed.
Palm Beach County Canvassing Board v. Harris, Pet. App. 1aa. The court noted in its opinion that Florida law created a conflicting set of statutory mandates.