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Speedway super americaage discrimination

The speedway on state road 933 in south bend indiana was holding open interviews. The hiring age for any speedway is 18. Even if they sell alcohol the hiring age is still 18 you just can't sell it if you're under 21 so you can't work there alone. i dropped someone off at this speedway for an interview. this someone is 20 years old and will turn 21 in may. the human resources man, not a manager of the store, was the one to "interview" him. i put interview in quotations marks because his only lasted a few seconds. the human resources man asked his age and when he said he was 20 the man said good bye. that they don't hire people that age. well obviously i have already told you that that is untrue. thinking it was a misunderstanding i asked the human resources man if they were only hiring people that were 21 since i knew people at the store who were only 19 and had seen the other man who was holding interviews, an actual manager, seeing people who were obviously not 21 years of age. instead of just explaining to me whatever their reasoning was the human resources man decided to tell me it was none of my business and then attempted to ask me questions about the store, to make me feel stupid or something, unfortuently the human resources man did not know that i worked at a speedway and knew everything he was saying to be a load. the human resources man spoke down to me as if i was stupid and then tried to more so after he was proven wrong in what he was saying. so my complaint not only about what seems to me as random age discrimination but also why is a rude idiot the human resources man? A man that wasn't even able to tell me his states minimum wage? i wonder if his job was attained by promotion?...

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