I wish it would happen much quicker, though. Example: I think I need an app. I read a CNET review of the best app for that specific purpose. I download it, install it, and it doesn't do what I want and what the CNET review said it would. Many thousands have downloaded this selfsame app. WTF? How do I know which is a quality app when android users and writers supposedly reviewing the products will settle so low?
This reminds me of recent questions, can anyone build a car that can't be hacked? Well, yes, all the cars built 2 decades ago can't be hacked and contain all the features I want in a car (drives from A to B, air conditioning, heater, radio).
- Take me back to 1984. Please.
I'm wondering if this is simply a case of people feeling weird having a subordinate 10-20 years younger than themselves or bringing a 45 year old onto a team with a bunch of twenty-somethings.
Oh please. Older workers cost more (healthcare costs), won't put up with as much crap, and won't be in the workforce as long.
Also if you fire them, they can sue you based on Age Discrimination. Why do you think there's a law against discriminating against a person by age? Hmm, how did I ever get hired?