Since pretty much everything is a letdown after exorcisms and sex questionnaires, I’m aiming particularly low today with a simple update on when you’ll have to file your EEO-1 Report and whether you’ll have to include employee pay data with the report. (By the way, I’m sorry about the late post today. IT was performing […]
The cereal needs its own post. That’ll be tomorrow.
You can address your ‘thank you’ note to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
We don’t talk much about the EEO-1 Report on this blog. The EEO-1 is the federally-mandated survey of company employment data categorized by race/ethnicity, gender and job category Companies with 100 or more employees must file it each year. Certain federal contractors with 50 or more employees must file the EEO-1 too. Now, some of […]
Yep, throw it in the trash and cue the music.
Yup. EEO-1’s, open enrollment. That HR life’s a beach, amirite? Pass me a frozen beverage. Oh, it’s Monday? Better make it two.
Happy Monday. Like my amateur Photoshop? No? Well, then, how about a little music…. (You can put your middle fingers down now).
And by ‘top secret,’ I mean ‘public’ where anyone can attend. I didn’t attend because I don’t trust the blogmobile with the valet, among other reasons. Fortunately for us, however, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was kind enough to summarize this “Industry Leaders Roundtable Discussion on Harassment Prevention.”
Before all the Facebook creepiness, pukey-poopy emojis, and gushing over my awesome law firm, I foreshadowed some changes from the U.S. Department of Labor to the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime rules. Yesterday, the DOL put a ring on it and made it official.
It’s Victoria Lipnic, who was originally nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as an EEOC Commissioner back in 2010. Now, President Trump has named Ms. Lipnic the Acting Chair.