On March 29, 2021, the “EEOC” that is, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, announced that data collection for 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Component-1 filing will open on April 26 and that employers will have until July 19, 2021, to submit their data for that year. The EEO-1 report provides the EEOC with data about the size, location, and race, and gender demographics of an employer’s workforce.
The period for filing your EEO-1 report is right around the corner! It is vitally important that you prepare this form correctly as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs use your information to determine whether your company should be audited. Inaccurate information could also suggest willfulness in not being honest which can lead to penalties or criminal charges. While the document may seem “just a piece of paper,” classifying your employees correctly can be a difficult task. Gathering the information you need can also be difficult.
In this webinar expert speaker, Susan Desmond will help you to explain the significant changes the EEOC made to the EEO-1 survey, its impact on businesses, and what you can do now to prepare. This webinar will walk you through step by step of what you need to do to ensure compliance.
Proper preparation of the EEO-1 Report
Analyzing your EEO-1 Report before the Government Does
Will component 2 compensation data return during the Biden administration?
Why the Federal Government Has Pay Issues as a High Priority
Is There Really a Pay Gap?
Understanding Laws that Govern Pay Discrimination
The Anatomy of a Pay Equity Audit
Salary History Bans in Connection with Pay Equity Requirements
How to Conduct a Pay Equity Analysis
Why You Should Attend:
It has been a while since employers have had to submit EEO-1 reports. This year employers are getting a double whammy by having to file two years’ worth of data. Employers need to ensure the accuracy of these reports as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs analyze them carefully to try to find trends and potential discrimination.
Who Should Attend:
Human Resources Managers
Human resource personnel
Chief Financial Officers
Affirmative Action/EEO Officers
Employers required to complete EEO-1 Reports
Employers contemplating or in the process of becoming government contractors
Leadership Managers who want to be knowledgeable in the area of federal contractors
Any professional who has the responsibility to manage AAP and EEO-1
*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.
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Susan Fahey Desmond is a principal with Jackson Lewis PC. She has been representing management in all areas of labor and employment law for over 30 years. A frequent author and speaker, Ms. Desmond is listed in Best Lawyers in America and has been named by Chambers USA as one of America’s leading business lawyers for labor and employment law. She is also listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers and Louisiana Super Lawyers.
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