Gary Chamberlin and Kelley Stoppels are proven trusted advisors on EEOC and government compliance. They are offering a complimentary one-hour webinar. They will discuss the new obligation to report aggregate pay and total hours worked under EEO-1 and the next steps for the upcoming September deadline.
As alerted in April, employers will have to turn over worker pay and hours worked data to the EEOC by September 30 as part of an annual workforce data report. The new pay data requirement will require employers to submit employee data organized by race, sex and job category. Additionally, the data would need to be further sorted and aggregated into one of 12 annual earnings bands. This requirement will result in the potential of 1,680 separate data fields (3,360 when including hours worked)
In our webinar, we’ll answer:
- How did we get here?
- Why do I have to file another EEO-1 this year?
- When is it due?
- Who has to complete this complex task?
- What data do I need to assemble, format and submit to EEOC starting mid-July?
- What type of earning beyond salary or wage rate have to be aggregated?
- What are the pay ranges into which each employee must be reported?
- How do you measure ‘hours worked’ for exempt employees?