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What Is An EEO-1 Reconciliation Report, And How Do I Fix It? 

on Dec 13, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources Human Capital Management
  Every year, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires your human resources team to file an EEO-1 report. This documentation collects data on the race, gender, ethnicity, and job tier of your workforce in order to enforce rules about workplace discrimination and to track employment trends by industry, demographics, and geography.
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How Your EIN Relates to Your EEO-1 Report

on Dec 6, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources Human Capital Management
Every year, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires your human-resources department to file an EEO-1 report.  This documentation catalogs the race, gender, ethnicity, and job tier of your employees for the sake of fair opportunity employment and statistical analysis. We’ve written extensively about the process, and if you’d like a full overview, you can find one here.
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A History Of The EEO-1 Report

on Dec 2, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources Human Capital Management
Every year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires your human resources department to file an EEO-1 report. The file contains data on your workforce’s gender, race, ethnicity, and job tier makeup to help enforce equal rights laws and track employment trends. If you’d like more information on the process, we’ve written extensively about it here.
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About EEO-1 Reports for Multi-Establishment Companies

on Nov 22, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources Human Capital Management
Every year the United States Equal Opportunity Employment Commission requires that you file an EEO-1 report summarizing employee demographics and job-position data, and if you’d like a bit more detail on what that’s all about, we’ve put together a complete summary of the whole thing for you here.
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What to Consider Before Conducting Drug Tests On Your Employees

on Nov 20, 2019 10:05:46 AM By | Guest Contributor | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources
Drug screening has now become an important tool for promoting a safe working environment. Be it absenteeism, low employee productivity, potential liabilities or healthcare costs, drug screening can help bring about a positive change within a few months. Make sure your drug screening policy meets all federal and state requirements for drug testing.
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EEO-1 Warning Messages, And How To Solve Them

on Nov 15, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources Human Capital Management
Every year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires your human resources department to file an EEO-1, which is a data report that collects information on the race, gender, ethnicity, and job tier of your employees.
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Types of EEO-1 Reports and Their Functions 

on Nov 8, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources
The EEO-1 reporting process is no small task. Unless you’re small enough a business that you work from only one location, you’ll be filling out several reports of various kinds. These can be overwhelming and more than a little bit confusing.
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2020 Updates to New York Paid Family Leave Act

on Nov 6, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Payroll Human resources
New York's Paid Family Leave Act was a major piece of workplace legislation when it was passed in 2017 and formally rolled out on January 1, 2018. For the first time ever, employers in New York State were given the ability to take paid, job-protected leave to bond with a newborn child, to care for a sick relative and/or to prepare for active duty military deployment. When it was initially rolled out, employees could take up to 8 weeks of leave paid at 50% of their salary, capped at the state average weekly wage. But those benefits have been scheduled to increase annually over a period of 4 years. Here is an overview of the updates to the law that will take effect on January 1, 2020.
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PeopleWork 10 - Greg Nasso on Time and Attendance Systems

on Nov 4, 2019 1:26:26 PM By | Complete Payroll | 2 Comments | PeopleWork
In this episode of PeopleWork, we had the pleasure of sitting down with our very own Greg Nasso  at our office in downtown Perry, New York to discuss time and attendance systems, and the impact they can have on your company. Greg shared a ton of insights that should be valuable to business owners, HR managers or anyone that's responsible for managing and elevating a workforce of people. Watch the video or read the entire transcript of the conversation below. And, if you're . interested in setting up or improving your company's time and attendance system, reach out to Greg and his team at the link below. Enjoy!
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Who Needs To File An EEO-1?

on Nov 1, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Human resources
Every year in May, the United States Equal Opportunity Employment Commission requires employers to report employee demographic data regarding gender, race, ethnicity, and job position in the form of an EEO-1 report.
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