The EEO-1 Resource Center

Practical Resources for Businesses to Prepare and Submit EEO-1 Reports by March 31, 2018
 

Latest Development: EEO-1 “Component 2” Stayed Effective Immediately; Component 1 Still in Effect.  Click here for the latest.

 

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EEO-1 Solutions by Seyfarth
Employer Toolbox
Helpful Tools
Webinars
Camille Olson Testimony
Government's Overview
Government Background Resources

 


Solutions

EEO-1 Solutions by Seyfarth

The Employer Information Report EEO-1, otherwise known as the EEO-1 Report, is changing

Beginning in 2018, a new “Component 2” of the revised EEO-1 Report will require all employers with 100 or more employees to submit W-2 compensation and FLSA “hours worked” data to the EEOC.  Seyfarth’s EEO-1 Resource Center provides the resources employers need to understand the revised Report, it’s impact, and how to anticipate reporting challenges before the March 31, 2018 filing deadline.

Since the Report’s inception, Seyfarth attorneys have advocated on behalf of the country’s employers to minimize the burden the revised Report creates.  The resources below are just the beginning of the tools that Seyfarth professionals offer to assist employers understand the new reporting requirements, ensure accurate and timely filing, and protect the confidentiality of their information.

Learn More About Seyfarth's Organizational Strategy and Analytics Team (OSA) Team

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Toolbox

Employer Toolbox

Seyfarth Client Alerts

Breaking News: Update to Seyfarth Alerts Regarding the Stay of “Component 2” of the Revised EEO-1 Report (9/6/2017)

Breaking News: Update to Seyfarth Alert Regarding the Stay of “Component 2” of the Revised EEO-1 Report (8/30/2017)

Breaking News: Revised EEO-1 “Component 2” Stayed Effective Immediately; Component 1 Still in Effect (8/29/2017)

VETS-4212 Report: 2017 Filing Cycle starts August 1, 2017 (7/31/2017)

Breaking News: New EEOC Pay Report Proposed For Employers in 2017 (1/29/2017)

Breaking News: EEOC Revised EEO-1 Report Finalized - Employers With More Than 100 Employees Will Be Required to Submit Pay Data to EEOC (9/29/2016)

EEOC Revises EEO-1 Report Proposed Pay-Data Collection Rules (7/18/2016)

Seyfarth Submits Comments to EEOC Regarding Proposed Pay Data Collection under EEO-1 Report (4/05/2016)


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Tools

Helpful Tools

Coming Soon: Frequently Asked Questions

To submit a question, please email EEO1-FAQ@seyfarth.com.

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Webinars

Webinars

EEO-1 Update: Preparing Now for EEOC’s New Pay Reporting Requirement

Recording | Slides

Understanding the New EEO-1 Report: Pay Data and "Hours Worked" Requirements

Recording | Slides

 

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Testimony

Camille Olson Testimony

Seyfarth Shaw’s Camille Olson testified on behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce before the EEOC in public hearings on the EEOC’s proposal to expand the EEO-1 report to require employers to provide pay and hours worked data for all employees. 

A summary of the testimony is available here.  A full copy of the 67-page testimony, which is based, in part, on the declarations of prominent economists Dr. J. Michael DuMond (Economics, Inc.) and Dr. Ronald Edward Bird (U.S. Chamber of Commerce), is available here.
 

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Government's Overview

Government's Overview

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Government Background Resources

Government Background Resources

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