Waivers Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act: Joint Hearing Before the Select Committee on Aging and the Subcommittee on Employment Opportunities of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, April 18, 1989

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Page 74 - Act by an employer liable therefor under the provisions of this subsection. (c) The Secretary is authorized to supervise the payment of the unpaid minimum wages or the unpaid overtime compensation owing to any employee or employees under section 6 or 7 of this Act, and the agreement of any employee to accept such payment shall upon payment in full constitute a waiver by such employee of any right he may have under subsection (b) of this section to such unpaid minimum wages or unpaid overtime compensation...
Page 106 - Employers of engineers have the obligation to provide a work environment that fosters the engineer's growth in technological stature of engineers through job assignment, formal and informal education opportunities and through professional and technical peer contact. Engineers have the obligation to continue to grow in their professional dimension through study, participation in technical conferences and meetings, and utilization of open and inquiring technical minds to solve problems facing society....
Page 106 - In a rapid technologically changing environment are prone to display bias against older engineers. The IEEE is as opposed to discrimination because of age as it is against other forms of discrimination since biases of any nature, including those of age, are inimical to society's best Interests and those of the engineer. The IEEE calls upon industry, government, and educational institutions to examine their practices to assure the profession that such age biases do not exist In their endeavors. The...
Page 75 - Aside from the needless duplication of functions involved, one result of the administration's approach will surely be the same delays which plague so many of our agencies, such as the EEOC and the NLRB. The EEOC, for example, Is already years behind in disposing of its docket. Such delay is always unfortunate, but it is particularly so in the case of older citizens to whom, by definition, relatively few productive years are left. By utilizing the courts rather than a bureaucracy within the Labor...
Page 111 - They should become more valuable to society as they grow older, and a vast bulk of the engineers of the world do just that. Employers of engineers have the obligation to provide a work environment that fosters the engineer's growth in technological stature of engineers through job assignment, formal and informal education opportunities and through professional and technical peer...
Page 33 - The Court consistently has held that the application of an income tax statute to the entire calendar year in which enactment took place does not per se violate the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment.
Page 11 - Thank you, Mr. Chairman. If I may, I would like to read a statement for our ranking minority member on the Employment Opportunity Subcommittee.
Page 109 - Chairman of the United States Activities Board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Page 7 - STATEMENT OF REPRESENTATIVE RALPH REGULA Mr. REGULA. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I ask unanimous consent to have my statement made part of the record.
Page 33 - Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. v. RA Gray & Co. . 467 US 717, 731 (1984).

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