Your Pay Data Reporting Questions Answered

Trusaic

Earlier this year we spoke in a webinar on pay data reporting with Hacking HR. The focus of our presentation related to California’s SB 973 and the employee pay data reporting requirements. . If the employer is also required to file an EEO-1 report, they would be required to file.

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DFEH No Longer Accepting Pay Data Reporting Extensions

Trusaic

If your business did not meet the deadline and was not able to request an extension to submit your reporting, “you must file your report immediately to avoid DFEH taking further action to ensure compliance.”

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EEO-1 Reporting Deadline Extended

HRWatchdog

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has extended the 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 reporting deadline to August 23, 2021. CalChamber members can read more about EEO Reporting Requirements , including pay data reporting in California, in the HR Library. The U.S.

7 Things That Will Cause Problems in Your Report

Take It Personel-ly

Having problems with a report can be stressful, especially when you are up against a deadline and want to make a good impression. Business data Improvement Reporting reporting requirements reports small business software Success tech solutions technology

What Is the Top HR Priority in 2021? Attracting and Retaining Talent

The war for talent is heating up. The 2021 Gallagher Workforce Trends Report: People & Organizational Wellbeing Strategy provides a data-driven approach to total rewards, helping you attract and retain a competitive workforce and drive organizational success.

Audit Ready: How to Improve Your Staffing Firms HR Reporting

Essium HRM

Your human resources team is always busy but high-quality reporting is necessary to ensure that your firm is audit-ready. Thankfully, there is plenty of technology available today that can help you improve your staffing firm’s HR reporting.

NYDFS To Require DEI Reporting From Financial Institutions

Trusaic

Bottom line — more DEI and ESG reporting requirements are coming for organizations, financial and otherwise. Download our white paper DEI in ESG Reporting to learn best practices for disclosing your goal progress. . Pay data reporting

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Pay Data Reporting Goes into Effect January 2021

Trusaic

Following the signing of California Senate Bill 973 (“SB 973”) into law on September 30, 2020, mandatory CA pay data reporting will take effect on January 1, 2021. The post Pay Data Reporting Goes into Effect January 2021 first appeared on Trusaic. 3 minute read.

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California Pay Data Reporting Most Commonly Asked Questions

Trusaic

SB 973 authorizes California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) to enforce the annual reporting of pay and hours worked data for employers with California employees. To learn more about SB 973, see our prior posts: DFEH Adds New Guidance for SB 973 Reporting Due on March 31.

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2021 ICHRA Report

PeopleKeep

In this report, we’ll share unique customer data with year-over-year comparisons in allowance amounts, class sizes, expenses submitted and more, giving an inside perspective on how employers are using their ICHRA in 2021. Download the visual report here.

Meeting Today’s Challenges for Better Organizational Success Tomorrow

According to Gallagher’s research, stress and burnout raised organizational concerns for 70% of C-suites, and 26% of employers noted a decline in emotional wellbeing. The 2021 Q2 Gallagher Better Works Insights Report: Adapting for Tomorrow explores today’s unique workforce challenges and trends.

Professional Employer Organizations and CA Pay Data Reporting

Trusaic

The deadline for submitting California pay data reports under SB 973 is rapidly approaching. To support covered employers in this new compliance obligation, the DFEH has been consistently updating its Pay Data Reporting Frequently Asked Questions site. 3 minute read.

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Illinois Equal Pay Act To Require Employer Pay Data Reporting

Trusaic

There are three critical parts to SB 1480: 1) the “Equal Pay Registration Certificate”; 2) public-facing employee demographic data reports, and 3) a prohibition on the use of conviction records as the basis of employment decisions. Public-Facing Employee Demographic Data Reporting.

EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting Deadline Extended

Trusaic

Employers who did not submit their EEO-1 snapshots for pay data reporting for the 2017 and 2018 tax years by September 30, 2019, are not off the hook. The pay data reporting requirement was initially put in place by the EEOC in 2016 during the Obama administration.

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Special Report: A guide to planning for what’s next

Engage2Excel

President Biden’s September 9 announcement of a national vaccination mandate took the country by surprise. While many uncertainties exist and legal challenges are inevitable, all organizations with 100 or more employees need to begin preparing for how they will comply.

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Adapting, Evolving and Staying Competitive in a Disrupted Economy

COVID-19 continues to shape the way we live and work. Organizational success depends on workforce wellbeing, and employee needs are varied and constantly changing. It’s clear that a more flexible and strategic approach to total compensation is required to create a better path forward. The 2021 Q1 Gallagher Better WorksSM Insights Report: The Path Forward explores and how employers can balance workforce expectations against organizational goals. Discover how you can review and implement new technologies, develop updated and forward-looking strategies, and evolve your employee value proposition to create a more engaged and resilient workforce.

Honest, Accessible Metrics are Key to D&I Reporting and Progress

Trusaic

A recent article in the Harvard Business Review (HBR) says that organizations must move beyond “performative commitments” to diversity and inclusion (D&I) reporting. The post Honest, Accessible Metrics are Key to D&I Reporting and Progress first appeared on Trusaic.

Intoo’s 2021 Workforce Trends Report Finds Companies’ Needs and Plans Are Not Aligned in Volatile Employment Market

Intoo USA

Intoo’s 2021 Workforce Trends Report found that employee productivity, satisfaction, and engagement overwhelmingly were maintained or increased during the pandemic, largely due to more flexibility in the workplace and additional employee-focused benefits.

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Component 2 Pay Data Reporting On Hold, For Now

Trusaic

Leading up to the EEO-1 filing deadline of March 31, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) said that it will not continue to require employers to submit pay data known as Component 2 when submitting the annual EEO-1 report, for now.

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A Pay Data Reporting Checklist for California Employers

Trusaic

SB 973 requires private employers (with a workforce of 100 or more employees) to submit pay data reporting to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). . As this is the first year requiring such a comprehensive report, attempting an internal audit may be challenging.

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COVID-19: Returning to the Workplace in a New Reality

COVID-19 has created a new set of risks that require a new way of working. Download Gallagher’s latest COVID-19 report for insights into encouraging resiliency in your people, building confidence in your organization, and preparing for the future of work.

DFEH Adds New Guidance for SB 973 Reporting Due on March 31

Trusaic

California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) recently released additional FAQs to assist employers in submitting pay data reporting under SB 973 to the DFEH. In early November 2020, the DFEH initially issued FAQs to provide guidance of California’s pay data reporting.

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July Jobs Report — People Want Good Jobs

Hireology

The Bureau of Labor Statistics July Employment Situation showed encouraging job growth, reporting an addition of 943,000 jobs and a tick down in unemployment to 5.4%

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Pay Data Reporting is Not Going Away

Trusaic

The business world shook when EEO-1 pay data reporting was reinstated by a federal district court in Washington, D.C. Despite the compliance logistics of the pressing deadline, employers should also beware that pay data reporting is not going away.

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Calls Increase for Race/Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Trusaic

A UK-based contributor to Lexology reports, “With racial equality more in focus than ever through the Black Lives Matter movement, we should expect to see the pressure for change in this area to continue.” The post Calls Increase for Race/Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting first appeared on Trusaic.

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COVID-19 Return to Workplace Guide: Reopening Facilities Following a Pandemic

Download the Gallagher Better WorksSM Insights COVID-19 report for information, new survey results and resources to help you recognize opportunities, minimize risk and confidently navigate the challenging road ahead.

UK Employers: Gender Pay Gap Reports are Coming

Trusaic

And there is also the fast-approaching deadline for submitting UK gender pay gap reports (March 30, 2021 for most public employers, and April 4, 2021 for private employers). The reporting obligation was suspended in 2020 as a result of the pandemic). 3 minute read.

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Your Hiring Pulse report for September 2021

Workable

This is part of a series of monthly hiring trend reports for SMBs that go out on the first Tuesday of every month. Stay tuned for more immersive analysis in the coming months – including industry-specific, function-specific, and location-specific reports.

2021 Dates for ACA Reporting

ACA Times

3 minute read: The new year is here, and with it a laundry list of items to be sure your organization has a handle on, including ACA reporting with the IRS. Below are the most important 2021 dates as they apply to ACA reporting for the 2020 tax year.

Report: We Asked 800+ Employers about Virtual Recruiting [New Research]

Lighthouse

Below you’ll find several of the high level insights from the study, and later this week we’ll drop the first of several reports exploring the findings from more than 800 employers. The new report is live! Get the Report. Download the report.

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2020 Database Strategies and Contact Acquisition Survey Report

As buyer expectations continue to heighten, marketing and sales teams are feeling pressured to deliver authentic messaging to buyers at every point of their customer journey. This report aims to highlight the current state of B2B database and contact acquisition strategies, and organizations’ goals to leverage data to fuel their go-to-market strategies in 2020 and beyond.

New Reporting/Training Mandate for Businesses Employing Minors

HRWatchdog

How has the mandate to report suspected child abuse and neglect changed under Assembly Bill (AB) 1963? However, one law that didn’t get much attention was AB 1963 regarding mandatory reporting of child abuse. Mandated Reporters’.

What Is New Hire Reporting?

Patriot Software

But, there is one more to add to the list, and you don’t want to forget it: new hire reporting. Hiring new employees is exciting, but it’s also filled with a lot of paperwork. From Form W-4 to Form 1-9 and all the forms in between, there’s a lot to record.

2021 Pay Data Reporting & Enforcement of the CA Equal Pay Act

Trusaic

With new pay data reporting legislation underway––and the first annual reporting deadline in March 2021 fast approaching––it’s important to take a look at what SB 973 (California’s Pay Data Reporting) means for employers, not only in terms of reporting but enforcement. .

Component 2 Style Pay Data Reporting May Be Coming to California by January 2021

Trusaic

California’s Senate Bill 973 is based on the EEOC’s former Component 2 pay data reporting, and if signed, will become effective January 31, 2021. . The pay data report also requires the total number of hours worked by each employee counted in each pay band during the Reporting Year.

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2021 Third-Party Recruiting Benchmark Report: Industry Trends in Critical Hiring

From employer and recruiter performance and timelines, to a look at the top industries as far as job volume, salaries, and more, our annual report is one that talent professionals look forward to each year – now more than ever.