Time: 1 pm eastern
Run Time: 90 minutes including Q & A session
Leaders: Cheryl Behymer and Sheila Willis, Attorneys at Law, Fisher Phillips
Credits: Awarded 1.5 credit hours by HRCI
Price: Webinar $295; Webinar + Download $349 (Share the download with your colleagues)
Audience: HR, benefits, finance, HR managers, affirmative action officers, in-house counsel, etc.
March 31 is the deadline for filing both your EEO-1 Report for your 2020 workforce data, as well as the 2019 EEO-1 Report which the EEOC delayed because of the pandemic. The EEO-1 Report is an opportunity for employers to put their best foot forward demonstrating the strides they are making to eliminate discrimination within their workplaces. The Report is used by both the EEOC and OFCCP. The EEOC uses it to measure patterns of workplace discrimination and the federal OFCCP uses it to determine which federal contractors it will audit. If past years are any indication, HR will have questions when it comes to accurately completing the separate 2019 and 2020 Reports, and the requirement to submit two years’ worth of data at one time just adds to the difficulties you’ll face providing the EEOC with accurate information.
Cheryl Behymer and Sheila Willis, attorneys at law, regularly advise clients on matters relating to EEOC and OFCCP compliance. During this informative webinar they will offer step-by-step guidance for accurately completing both your 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Reports by the March 31 deadline and answer your questions regarding how to prepare the Report and how the EEOC and OFCCP can be expected to use the information you submit. Also, you’ll get insight into the future of the Component 2 pay data report.
Here’s just a sampling of what will be covered:
- During this informative program, Ms. Behymer and Ms. Willis will discuss:
- Valuable step-by-step guidance for completing the 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Reports by the deadline
- For what purposes both the EEOC and OFCCP will use your Report
- Possible future plans to bring back the Component 2 pay data report
- The new California pay data report requirements–hints of what may be coming to the Federal EEO-1
- Tips for completing both the 2019 and 2020 Reports
- Answers to your questions including:
- Who must file the EEO-1
- How remote employees should be included
- What the EEO Job Classification Guide covers
- Employers with multiple locations
- Should independent contractors, temps, etc. be counted
- How to electronically file the EEO-1
- How to include data for acquisitions
- Relevant snapshot time periods
Cheryl Behymer is a partner in the Columbia, South Carolina office of Fisher and Phillips. She is the co-chair of the firm’s Pay Equity Practice Group, as well as the Affirmative Action and Federal Contract Compliance Practice Group. She assists clients by providing timely and practical counsel, training and audit defense in various labor and employment matters. Cheryl is a frequent presenter on pay equity, compensation, affirmative action, and harassment legal issues. She is “AV” Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Sheila Willis is also an attorney in the Columbia, South Carolina Fisher Phillips office. Sheila is actively involved in both the Pay Equity and the Affirmative Action and Federal Contract Compliance Practice Groups. She regularly prepares client trainings and workshops and counsels clients on a wide range of labor and employment issues.
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