EEOC suit alleges age discrimination at Chicago college

08/1/2014 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is accusing Harold Washington College in Chicago of discriminating against a 66-year-old woman by not hiring her for a full-time position. The EEOC says the woman was passed over in favor of younger candidates despite having amassed positive recommendations and a strong record as an adjunct professor. The City Colleges of Chicago, which includes Harold Washington College, does not comment on pending litigation, a spokeswoman said.

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