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1.What are specific strategies that an organization might use to best capitalize on a mixed-age employee base?Your response must be at least 200 words in length. 2.In several of the EEOC cases presented in Chapter 13, managers clearly stated that applicants were “too old” or they ‘wanted a younger person.’ What factors may make people feel comfortable stating or writing down such preferences compared to overtly stating preferences for a particular race? Is it plausible that the decision-makers were unaware that age discrimination is illegal?Your response must be at least 200 words in length. 3. From the list below, identify those questions that are questionably legal. Provide justification for your position on each question by citing the applicable law or regulation where appropriate. Rewrite any questionably legal questions that could be used to yield useful information if reworded according to legal guidelines.Do you consider yourself handicapped in any way?Is there a history of chronic illness in your family?Are you planning to start a family soon?How does your military experience relate to this job?We are looking for seasoned professionals; you just graduated from college? Would you mind if I call you by your first name?Given that you are in a wheelchair, how do you think you’ll be able to do this job?We are looking for someone who can effectively relate with college students; you are 47 years old? Are you a smoker or a nonsmoker?Your response must be at least 500 words in length. Chapter 13: Age Chapter 14: Physical and Mental AbilityBell, M. P. (2012). Diversity in organizations (2nd ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western.