EEO-1 Reporting & Compliance Updates

UPDATE: Eligible employers are required to collect 2017 & 2018 employee pay data by race, ethnicity and gender and submit it to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by September 30, 2019.

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Are Domestic Partner Benefits Mandatory?
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Are Domestic Partner Benefits Mandatory?

A Brief History: Only What You Need to KnowThe roots of domestic partner benefits stretch way back to 1982, when the City of San Francisco enacted...
3 Reasons CFOs Should Care About Employee Benefits

3 Reasons CFOs Should Care About Employee Benefits

If you think the realm of employee benefits is strictly HR’s domain, it’s time to change your thinking. Labor costs, including employee benefits,...
5 Cost-Containment Strategies to Make Benefits a Competitive Advantage

5 Cost-Containment Strategies to Make Benefits a Competitive Advantage

A diverse mix of benefits are one of the most critical tools employers can offer to attract top talent—but companies can’t ignore the impact...
Managing Contractor Payroll: What You’ll Need to Know

Managing Contractor Payroll: What You’ll Need to Know

As a business owner, it’s a given that you’re expected to pay your employees accurately and on time. But something almost as important is making...
Communicating Benefits to a Multigenerational Workforce

Communicating Benefits to a Multigenerational Workforce

Your clients spend $11.60/hr. (on average) per employee on benefits, which represents a huge investment for small and mid-sized businesses (Bureau...
Case Study: FRG

Case Study: FRG

A poor implementation experience, a lack of consistent customer service and a time-consuming payroll process led FRG to find a more dependable HR...