IBM 'dinobabies': Internal documents show executives discussed plans to make older workers an 'extinct species'

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IBM dinobabies: Internal documents show company executives discussed plans to make older workers an 'extinct species'
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IBM dinobabies: Internal documents show company executives discussed plans to make older workers an 'extinct species'

IBM execs were unhappy over the fact that the company had a smaller percentage of millennials in its staff and vowed to move against its 'dated maternal workforce'

Internal IBM documents made public by a US District Court last week have revealed how IBM senior executives called old workers "dinobabies" while discussing plans to replace them with millennial wo...

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