Baby boomers not shy about asserting their rights have triggered a new wave of age bias lawsuits, creating a host of legal challenges for employers that may not even be aware that discrimination is going on in the workplace.

Employment attorneys say the surge in age bias lawsuits is mainly due to the fact that a large part of the work force is getting older, staying healthier and choosing to work longer.

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