Earlier this year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) unveiled its proposed revisions to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1). The current EEO-1 directs federal contractors and employers with 100 or more employees to report annually the number of individuals they employ by job category, race, ethnicity, and gender. As part of the government’s enhanced focus on equal pay, the revisions aim to expand information on pay data and working hours to help EEOC discover potential discrimination in employment and pay equity.
In this two-hour live webcast, partner Kate Gold and a panel of key thought leaders discussed EEO-1 reporting requirements, described the EEOC’s stated uses for its new collection of employee pay and work hours, and offered practical approaches to preparing for the EEOC’s enhanced scrutiny of employers’ pay practices as well as completing and submitting the new EE0-1 report. The panel also provided best practices on what employers should do now to prepare for the proposed revisions.
Key topics included:
- EEO-1 Report – An Overview
- EEO-1 Report: Who Has to File?
- EEO-1 Report: What Has to Be Filed?
- Purposes of Revised EE0-1 Report
- Methods to Identify Disparity in Pay
- Practical Steps Before Filing Deadline
- Obtaining Race and Gender Information
- Preparation/Process for Internal Compensation Audit