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EEO-1 Annual Pay Data Reporting Has Arrived: What Should Employers Do Now?

Archived Details

November 3, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
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NOTE: No CLE credit can be earned for watching recordings of past webinars.

* The firm is an accredited provider of CLE in California, New York, Missouri and Texas.  We are also accredited providers of HRCI and SHRM.

EEOC and OFCCP Will Use the Pay Data to Launch Targeted Systemic Pay Investigations and Will Publish the Pay Data

The new EEO-1 reporting rules require employers with 100 or more employees to annually report W-2 earnings, work hours, race/ethnicity and gender for all U.S. employees, separately for each location.

First reporting will be on 2017 data. The first annual filing deadline is March 31, 2018.

Join us for this timely and important webinar during which we will explain the new requirements, the increased administrative burdens, and the strategic implications. We will discuss: 

  • The new W-2 earnings and work hours reporting requirements.
  • How to report hours worked for exempt employees, employees on leaves of absence, etc.
  • “Box 1” W-2 reporting, its flaws and best practices for reporting.
  • Gathering and reconciling data from your HRIS, Payroll and Time Reporting systems.
  • How the EEOC and OFCCP will analyze the data to identify pay “gaps” by race and gender and initiate systemic investigations, even in the absence of complaints by employees.
  • EEOC’s plans to publish the data and how it may be used by plaintiffs, unions, the press and competitors.
  • Preparing simulations using the EEO-1 form to assess vulnerabilities.
  • Conducting privileged, proactive pay equity analyses to identify and address pay gaps before first reporting in early 2018.

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Courtney Christie at or 703-483-8304.