As a follow-up to our March 5th client alert noting the reinstatement of the new EEO-1 Report by the District Court, and anticipating clarification soon from the EEOC on filing deadlines and possible appeal of the court's decision by the Department of Justice, we have scheduled a webinar to answer the many questions that the decision has created and hopefully bring some clarity to the situation.
You will recall that we held past webinars on the form’s requirements in 2017 before Component 2 was stayed and this will be a good refresher on those requirements and on the new deadlines. The reinstated EEO-1 Report requires that employers with 100 or more employees annually report aggregate W-2 pay data and FLSA "hours worked" information for each employee. These new reporting obligations require employers to gather and merge information across multiple systems and then format their employee and establishment data to comply with the EEO-1 Report specifications.
Unlike ever before, the EEO-1 filing process will require a coordinated team approach to ensure timely and accurate filing (whether this year or next). Through this webinar, Seyfarth attorneys will help you understand the path that the reporting requirements have taken to get here and strategically consider the data collection requirements and the impact the collection tool will have for your organization.
Topics will include:
- Explanation of how the new EEO-1 requirements were introduced, stayed, and now reinstated and what that might mean for the future
- Description and explanation of the new EEO-1 requirements to report on pay data and hours worked
- Important considerations for employers when preparing their report
- Discussion of how the EEOC may use the pay data
- Addressing confidentiality issues
- Best practices for government contractors when filing EEO-1 Reports
If you have any questions, please contact Cassie Peterson at email@example.com and reference this event.
*CLE Credit for this webinar has been awarded in the following states: CA, IL, NJ and NY. CLE Credit is pending for GA, TX and VA. Please note that in order to receive full credit for attending this webinar, the registrant must be present for the entire session.