Spirit AeroSystems faces allegations that it used age and health status as factors during a layoff process. The company disputes the claim, which was filed with a federal agency by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace. Now, the AARP Foundation says its lawyers will join the union in its complaint.
Spirit AeroSystems faces allegations that it used age and health status as factors during a layoff process. The company disputes the claim, which was filed with a federal agency by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace. Now, the AARP Foundation says its lawyers will join the union in its complaint. Mike Hutmacher File photo
Spirit AeroSystems faces allegations that it used age and health status as factors during a layoff process. The company disputes the claim, which was filed with a federal agency by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace. Now, the AARP Foundation says its lawyers will join the union in its complaint. Mike Hutmacher File photo

AARP Foundation lawyers join complaint against Spirit

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