First the lens error, and now we find it has a Pentium.
Be a modern day Ben Franklin, per kite experiment.
Here is the quantum algorithm:
1. Do weird stuff
2. If anybody starts to do something useful or interesting with my weird stuff, then STOP doing weird stuff.
3. Go to 1
Surely it must have been on Slashdot before, though I can't actually find it with Google.
It's entangled with its dupe. Finish observing this one and the other should show up via Google.
Great. I'll be locked in jail with my entire family.
TWC has had crappy reliability in my experience.
So, there ought to be a law against adding new laws?
Salieri gave the "stand down" order at Benghazi.
"Should be", yes. But that's not the way most people do things. I've been involved in multiple hiring discussions, and "soft" issues almost always are involved, often in the form of "team fit".
Look how bad things went with Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven works. Shouldda let Disney own their notes.
We didn't need Washington State and Montana anyhow. They can't produce decent basketball teams.
Regardless of intent or not, certain practices may indeed lead to age-tilted hiring as an actual end result. That doesn't necessarily make it "right", though.
One can argue a company is obligated to balance its employees' race, gender, and age to reflect the external population of available talent. This may involve counter-acting other hiring practices that indirectly lead to imbalances. Using your example, either stop paying in pink unicorn pillows, or adjust your hiring to match calculated age goals to compensate for the pillow bias.
The specifics of what you feel a company is obligated to do is of course a personal political opinion. I'm just trying to point out that "discrimination" can be purely accidental, and being accidental may not be considered a sufficient "excuse" to keep doing it.
If it's accidental, one could make a good case that the org doesn't deserve punitive or "retro" fees, but are at least obligated to remedy it going forward.
Perhaps a law should be passed that companies above a certain size are obligated to actively monitor their hiring profiles so as to avoid bias. Then "we didn't know" wouldn't be a valid claim anymore.
Maybe it will be coastal if Yellowstone blows big enough.
Words can have many meanings such that the intent of the writers and context often has to be considered also: