"Happy 50th birthday! It\u0027s all downhill from here." "We are a \u0027young\u0027 company. Would he fit in?" "You\u0027re on Snapchat? Really?" "Isn\u0027t she too young to lead that team?" Language focusing on workers\u0027 age--whether young or old--opens the door to discrimination claims, AARP\u0027s Jean C. Setzfand told the SHRM Diversity \u0026 Inclusion Conference \u0026 Exposition.