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New EEO-1 Law Updates: What You Need to Know

OnDemand Webinar (91 minutes)

Gain valuable insights on new EEO-1 law updates.The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released its strategic plan for fiscal years 2018-2022 (the "Plan"). There has been a great deal of change coming out of Washington over the past couple of years. This has been evidenced by the changes regarding the EEO-1 Report and the salary test for overtime exemptions. There has also been change at the state level. This information will bring employers up-to-date on what has transpired in Washington, the Plan, and what employers should expect in 2019. This topic will cover, understanding who must file and how to prepare to file EEO-1 reports in 2019; determine whether to conduct an equal pay audit in 2019; learn about the EEOC's focus this year; and understand and incorporate changes at the state level that relate to the employer-employee relationship.

Authors

David G. Gabor, The Wagner Law Group

Agenda

Developments That Have Arisen Since the 2016 General Election

The Reason for Having the Plan

Matters Identified in the Plan

Steps That Employers Can Take Immediately

Steps That Employers Should Take Over the Next 6 - 9 Months

A Review of Recent Court Decisions That Impact on the EEOC's Enforcement

An Update on Sexual Harassment

A Review of Proposed Legislation Impacting on Sexual Harassment Claims

Approaching Recent Changes From a Strategic Perspective

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