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EEO-1 Reporting Deadline For 2019

EEO-1 Reporting Deadline For 2019

For more than five decades, employers were required to submit the EEO-1 report by September 30 of each year. In 2018, that date changed to March 31. And this year, many employers were preparing to meet that deadline. But on February 1, 2019, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) notified all employers of an extension. The deadline to submit EEO-1 data was moved to May 31, 2019. Why the Extension to File the EEO-1 Report? Like many other federal agencies, the EEOC was impacted by the government shutdown. With resources stretched thin, the agency was unable to open the EEO-1 filing website as planned in January. As a result of the delay, employers were granted a two-month extension to continue gathering necessary data to...

Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Case Study

Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Case Study

Needing a more efficient solution to manage time worked for their seasonal and part-time staff, the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp turned to Paycor for help. Discover how Paycor’s robust Perform Time solution drastically improved how the ball club tracks and reports on hours worked.

Webinar: Turnover - What's Causing It and How to Solve it

Webinar: Turnover - What's Causing It and How to Solve it

Taking a deeper dive into what causes turnover and how to solve this ever present problem that many organizations face. Speaker Henry Link Henry is a Senior Marketing Program Manager for the Marketing team at Paycor. Henry has been instrumental in the ideation of the HR Center of Excellence which is an action plan grounded in data, experience and research to help businesses of all sizes and industry, achieve HR excellence.

The Keys to Recruiting and Compliance Success in Manufacturing

The Keys to Recruiting and Compliance Success in Manufacturing

For HR professionals and business leaders in the manufacturing sector, keeping up with the array of compliance regulations and safety issues has always been challenging. But with unemployment at an all-time low, attracting skilled workers has overwhelmingly become the top concern for manufacturers. In fact, the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte report that 22% of skilled manufacturing workers are slated to depart the workforce within the next decade. And with experts estimating that a total of 3.4 million workers will be needed to enter the industry over the next ten years, finding new ways to improve the recruiting process and attract top talent will become more important than ever. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at these...