If you aren't already aware of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's push for PricewaterhouseCoopers to abolish its mandatory partner retirement age policies, you should be, because you might be next. In 2010, the EEOC started sending warning shots over PwC's bow, telling it the firm's mandatory retirement age of 60 for partners was discriminatory and should be abandoned. Much saber-rattling, but no legal action, ensured.
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