Employers are required to include pay data from 2017 as well as 2018 payrolls when completing Component 2 of the EEO-1 Survey which has been reinstated on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission form. This involves reporting pay data by race, gender, and ethnicity. The official deadline for reporting is September 30, 2019. Read for more information as well as links to the EEO-1 Survey and the EEOC 's FAQ web page.
The ICE raid on a Texas electronics tech company reminds us of the increased focus on employer compliance with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service regulations for hiring immigrants. It was the largest raid in over a decade. What does that mean for you? Read for information about the raid, your responsibilities as an employer, and links to USCIS websites with helpful information on completing Form I-9.
Pay data reporting by race, gender, and ethnicity has been reinstated on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC-1 form. The official deadline for reporting is September 30, 2019. Read for more information as well as links to the court document and EEOC frequently asked questions web page.
You may be wondering about compliance ramifications of the recent Justice Department’s announced support of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that struck down the Affordable Care Act. For the moment, there are none. The ACA remains the law of the land.
What are the biggest hurdles you face when it comes to keeping your employees up to date with job-related information throughout their time with your organization? Read for information on digital learning options, survey results, and links to studies showing challenges and preferences of employee learners.
Whether you grew up with technology or not, how you learn doesn't differ much from those who didn't. How you access the information does. Read this post and follow links to learn about three factors that influence human learning and how they can influence the design of workforce training.
Compliance with OSHA regulations requires some employers to post Form 301A in a conspicuous place from February 1 through April 30. Other employers must electronically submit forms. Read for more information and follow included links to relevant charts and documents.
Studies show that 79% of Millennials prefer a coach or mentor to a traditional boss and they are becoming the organizational leaders. Along with annual and quarterly reviews in a comprehensive performance management process, coaching contributes to an increase in employees’ sense of participating in a larger team effort. Read about why coaching is an important function of managers and how managers can become better at it.