IBM HR chief rejects claims of age discrimination

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The initial legal complaint was filed by the widow of Jorgen Lohnn, who committed suicide after being laid off in 2016 at the age of 57
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The initial legal complaint was filed by the widow of Jorgen Lohnn, who committed suicide after being laid off in 2016 at the age of 57

IBM's head of HR rejects claims that there is a culture of age discrimination, despite documents to the contrary seen this week

Nickle LaMoreaux, chief human resources officer at IBM, sent an open letter to IBM employees on Sunday refuting "false claims" that the company engaged in systemic age discrimination. "Discrimin...

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