This week, we’re focused on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) filing requirements for the EEO-1 Component 1 data.

EEO-1 Filing After June 4: What Now, and How to Prepare for Next Year

The EEOC requires private employers with 100 or more employees, as well as certain federal contractors, to submit EEO-1 reports annually. Yesterday, June 4, 2024, was the deadline for employers to file EEO-1 Component 1 data. Epstein Becker Green attorneys Dean R. Singewald II and Marissa Vitolo discuss what to do if you missed it, as well as coming changes and how to prepare for next year.

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Connecticut Greatly Expands Paid Sick Leave Law
Insights
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OFCCP Issues Workplace AI Guidance for Federal Contractors and Subcontractors
Workforce Bulletin
Adam S. Forman, Nathaniel M. Glasser, Frances M. Green

Understanding the DOL’s Field Assistance Bulletin No. 2024-1: AI and Automated Systems in the Workplace
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Adam S. Forman, Nathaniel M. Glasser, Frances M. Green

Illinois Legislation Would Limit Damages Companies Must Pay for Biometric Privacy Violations
CBS News Chicago
Johner T. Wilson III quoted

EEOC Crackdown May Hint at Pay Data Requirement Reboot
Law360 Employment Authority (subscription required)
Dean R. Singewald II quoted

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