EEO-1 Reporting Deadline: HR's Step-by-Step Guide To Ensuring Compliance
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EEOC and OFCCP regulators pay close attention to EEO-1 reports and use them to identify patterns of workplace discrimination and target employers for investigation. Earlier this year, they published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would require reporting of pay data and hours worked.
This is a major development, as the EEO-1 report is required of every employer with 100 or more employees, plus smaller employers that are federal contractors.
Employers often fail to understand that they can use these reports strategically to minimize the odds of close scrutiny from EEOC and OFCCP. On the other hand, incorrect reporting opens the door wide to legal liability and discrimination claims from regulators and private parties.
With the upcoming filing deadline of September 30, 2016 fast approaching, understanding the data-gathering and reporting requirements is key to staying in compliance.
Join us for an in-depth webinar, when attorneys with the firm of Skoler, Abbott & Presser will reveal the ins and outs of EEO-1 report filing for 2016.
In just 90 minutes, you’ll learn the best practices for gathering data, strategically organizing your reports, and filing accurate EEO-1 reports so that you can meet the September 30, 2016 filing deadline and remain compliant.
- The latest on the EEOC and OFCCP’s NPRM concerning hours worked and pay data
- How to tell if your organization must file one or more EEO-1 reports
- The time period for reporting employment data
- The different requirements for single- vs. multi-establishment employers, including consolidated reports, and reports for headquarters
- How to gather and report gender and ethnicity information
- How to categorize your job titles into EEO-1 categories
- Online and paper filing options
- Frequently-asked questions and answers for first-time filers
- How the EEOC and the OFCCP use the information employers provide on EEO-1 reports to identify patterns of workplace discrimination and take a closer look at your company in audits and charges
About Your Presenters
John S. Gannon, Esq.
Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C.
John Gannon has defended employers against claims of discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination claims, as well as actions arising under the Family Medical Leave Act and wage & hour law. He also has experience with lawsuits seeking to enforce restrictive covenants and protect trade secrets.
Mr. Gannon frequently assists employers in litigation avoidance strategies. He has reviewed numerous employee handbooks and related polices for compliance, as well as employment and non-compete agreements. He has also conducted comprehensive wage & hour and employment practices audits. He regularly counsels employers on compliance with state and federal laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, and Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Mr. Gannon is a regular contributor to business publications and to the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter. He also is a frequent speaker on employment-related legal topics for a wide variety of associations and organizations.
Stephanie RenaudStefanie Renaud, Esq.
Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C.
Stefanie Renaud, an associate in the Springfield office, joined the firm in 2016. Her practice is focused in labor law and employment litigation. Since joining the firm, she has defended employers against claims of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment, as well as actions arising under wage & hour law.
In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Renaud has also represented employers before the EEOC, MCAD, NLRB, and at arbitration hearings. Additionally, she has reviewed numerous employee handbooks and related polices for compliance, and counsels employers on compliance with state and federal laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Fair Labor Standards Act.
Prior to joining Skoler, Abbott & Presser, Ms. Renaud interned with the Enforcement Division of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, where she investigated employment discrimination claims and drafted decisions on behalf of the Commission.
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EEO-1, reporting, EEOC, OFCCP
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