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You have recourse to challenge this decision if the employer does not have a practice of doing so with others, or where you are singled out due to age or gender.
If either apply you have a contract claim and a discrimination claim
and you may pursue a challenge with HR, the labor board, the eeoc and through local counsel
These are exception to the employment at will doctrine
That is basis for internal challenge to HR and senior management
but not for an outside challenge with court or the eeoc
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