The Annual EEO-1 filing cycle officially begins on July 1 each year. Companies who are required to file EEO-1s may choose any pay period between July 1 and September 30 to report on their employee population. The EEO-1 website is anticipated to open in the first week of August for 2016. During the downtime, the site is not available for data entry or retrieval of past EEO-1 reports. If your company needs an EEO-1 report while the site is down, you must call the Joint Reporting Committee (JRC) at 877.392.4647 and ask for their assistance.
Beth Ronnenburg, President of Berkshire Associates, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, and Lynn Clements Esq., Director of Regulatory Affairs at Berkshire Associates, will collaborate together, as well as with Jackson Lewis and CVS Health, for three separate presentation sessions during the 2016 ILG National Conference in Charlotte, NC. These sessions will examine the latest compliance and recruitment strategies impacting federal contractors and subcontractors.
Understanding industry trends often leads to insights on how to best align your recruiting strategy with the needs of the market. A recent study from the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University highlighted some eye-opening statistics on whom jobs are going to after the recession of 2008.
EEOC has revised its pay data collection proposal based on the feedback the commission received to its initial proposal published in January of this year. The revised proposal is slated for publication in the Federal Register today with a 30-day comment period ending on August 15, 2016. In the current revisions, EEOC acknowledged that filing the revised EEO-1 report may involve more time than it estimated originally, but made minimal changes to its proposal to address the burden.
When the going gets tough in the hiring market, it’s time to figure out a better approach. HR departments are finding conventional recruiting methods aren’t producing the same results—a key signal it’s time for a change.
This blog post is courtesy of Indeed.com.
Research suggests active candidates make fantastic hires because it’s less expensive to recruit them, they bring more passion to their roles, and they’re more motivated to succeed on the job. So how can you adjust your recruiting strategy to attract more of them?
Beth Ronnenburg, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, President of Berkshire Associates, presents on managing compliance obligations regarding new regulations and Section 503 and VEVRAA requirements during two presentations at North Texas Industry Liaison Group(NTILG) event on July 21, 2016.