Proposed EEOC wage reporting rules could create major problems for Employers

March 7, 2016

NOW: companies with 100 or more employees have to file an annual federal EEO-1 report. This requires companies to report the number of employees by ten broadly-defined job categories, broken down by race, gender and ethnicity.    PROPOSED RULE:  In addition to the current reporting rule, companies with 100 or more employees will ALSO have…

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Alters – Diskriminierungsbeschwerde gegen Pharmaunternehmen

October 30, 2012

(c) Photo – Die Kommission für Gleichbehandlung am Arbeitsplatz in Philadelphia (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC) hat eine Beschwerde gegen die AmerisourceBergen Corporation aufgrund einer Alters- Diskriminierung im Bewerbungsverfahren eingereicht. Die US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) ist dafür verantwortlich Bundesgesetze geltend zu machen, wenn Diskriminierung von Einzelpersonen am Arbeitsplatz aufgrund verschiedener Merkmale (Rasse,…

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Bias Against the Unemployed?

March 1, 2011

WASHINGTON—The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has begun a probe of whether employers and recruitment firms are unlawfully barring the unemployed from applying for certain jobs, the agency’s chairman said. EEOC Chairman Jacqueline Berrien said at a hearing on February 16, 2011 that the agency began hearing anecdotal reports of the practice last summer, including from…

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Race-Based Hiring

November 23, 2009

Managers’ race has had a “significant” effect on the race of employees, according to a study of personnel data from a U.S. retailer over 30 months. The “Manager Race and the Race of New Hires,” report was authored by Laura Giuliano, David Levine and Jonathan Leonard, and printed in the October 2009 issue of the…

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