Pay Equity and EEO-1 Reports

Janette S. Levey


About the Webinar

Pay Equity is one of the more recent employment laws “hot buttons”. Staying ahead of the laws and the EEOC’s enforcement efforts will enable you to fy under the radar, avoid employee lawsuits, and attract and retain good talent so your company remains competitive in today’s market. In this webinar, you will learn about your obligations as an employer in achieving pay equity in your workplace and ways to prevent pay discrimination claims as well as the main aspects of EEO-1 reporting. In addition to learning what pay equity is, you will learn about the different pay equity laws that impact employers, the different factors you should consider in determining whether you are meeting your legal obligations, and we will talk about what you can do to stay ahead of the curve.

Session Highlights:

  • What is Pay Equity and What is Pay Discrimination;
  • Some History:
  • Lilly Ledbetter, Equal Pay Act
  • Paycheck Fairness Act
  • Lilly Ledbetter Act
  • Current statistics

Pay Discrimination as a Form of Sex Discrimination

  • Title VII;
  • EEOC and OFCCP Position
  • EEO-1
  • New EEO-1 Requirements
  • Job Steering
  • Brief Overview of current requirements for federal contractors;
  • What to Expect After the New Reporting Requirements Take Effect Some Best Practices

Why You Should Attend:

Staying ahead of the laws and the EEOC’s enforcement efforts will enable you to fly under the radar, avoid employee lawsuits, and attract and retain good talent so your company remains competitive in today’s market In this webinar, you will learn about your obligations as an employer in achieving pay equity in your workplace and ways to prevent pay discrimination claims and some of the EEO-1 reporting basics.

The EEO-1 report provides the EEOC with data about the size, location, and race and gender demographics of an employer’s workforce

The 2023 deadline for filing your EEO-1 report (f 2022 data) is now set for July. Filing it correctly is vitally important because the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs use your information to determine whether your company should be audited. If you provide inaccurate information the EEOC and/or OFCCP might suspect wilfulness violations or dishonesty which can lead to penalties or, in more serious cases, criminal charges.

In this webinar we will cover all the above and more.

Who Should Attend:

  • Human Resources Director/Manager; Compensation Officers
  • Payroll Managers
  • CFO’s
  • CEO’s
  • Controllers
  • Senior Management
  • Hiring Managers

Pay Equity and EEO-1 Reports