A medley. Merriam-Webster defines it as "a musical composition made up of a series of songs or short pieces." Sounds nice. Not when it is what one court described as a "medley of ageist slurs and putdowns."
Even if well-intentioned or in jest, employees’ use of nicknames like “grandpa” or “dinosaur” may defeat your ability to get a charge of age discrimination dismissed. Not to mention, supervisors asking an employee when he is going to retire can have the same effect. That’s what happened after a 63-year-old, top salesman filed a charge of age discrimination.