BenefitsPro featured an article from Paycor’s CEO Bob Coughlin on the proposed EEO-1 Report changes and what increased data collection will mean for organizations.
The EEOC has proposed changes to their update procedure for the EEO-1 report to require the inclusion of pay data for certain companies. If your organization employs more than 100 workers, these changes will definitely create the need for additional effort to the way you track and report the EEO-1. So it’s best to get in front of this update now, rather than fall behind in practice when the new tracking period begins on January 1, 2017.
Click here to read the entire article which features what EEOC filing changes mean and the steps to take to prepare.
Get more EEO-1 reporting resources by visiting www.paycor.com/EEOC
With separate solutions for HR, time and payroll, collecting critical employee data will require more manual work and could lead to inaccuracies that result in audits and penalties. Paycor’s all-in-one solution ensures HR, time and payroll data is easily accessible in one location. Contact us and learn how we can help your organization prepare for the new regulations.
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