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EEOC SAYS IT CANNOT COLLECT PAY DATA BY MAY 31ST

At a hearing on April 16th, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) said it wasn’t feasible to collect employee pay data by May 31st when all other EEO-1 data is due. EEOC Chief Data Officer, Samuel Haffer, testified that moving the reporting deadline for pay data any sooner than September 30th would cause the third-party […]

HEARING SCHEDULED FOR EEO-1 PAY DATA SUBMISSION DEADLINE

As we informed you last month, a federal judge reinstated the expanded EEO-1 reporting requirements. This decision would require employers who have 100 or more employees and most federal contractors with 50 or more employees to report pay data – in addition to race, ethnicity, and sex – in their annual EEO-1 Report. But when would this […]

Are Apprenticeship Programs Worth It?

The Nevada Association of Employers helps Nevada businesses navigate HR services and employment-related questions. Our HR professionals can help you optimize your business’s recruitment, selection and retention of employees. There are many types of workers you might want to hire for your business including contractors, consultants, employees, interns and apprentices. In this article we talk […]

DOL PROPOSES FOUR-FACTOR JOINT EMPLOYER TEST

The definition of who is a joint employer and what control do they have to exercise (or don’t) has been a topic of discussion for the last several years. The Department of Labor (DOL) has become the latest federal agency to jump into the fray. The DOL has proposed a rule that would update the […]

2019 MINIMUM WAGE AND OVERTIME RATES ANNOUNCED

The Office of the Labor Commissioner has released the annual bulletins for Nevada’s minimum wage and daily overtime requirements. The rates will take effect on July 1, 2019. Minimum wage remains unchanged for 2019. The minimum wage for employees who are offered qualified health benefits from their employers will be $7.25 per hour and $8.25 […]

DOCUMENTATION MISTAKES THAT CAN UNDERMINE YOU

Document. Document. Document. When faced with a claim or lawsuit, documentation can make or break an employer’s defense. Often, no documentation is the issue and that can be fatal. No documentation makes it appear that the employer did not care enough to make a note of what was going on – or worse, that the […]

NAE ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2019 HR PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

Nominate an outstanding HR Professional for our 2019 HR Professional of the Year Award! Nevada Association of Employers (NAE) is accepting nominations for our 2019 HR Professional of the Year. This award is given out to recognize and honor excellence in Human Resources. Do you know someone who is an outstanding HR professional? Is there someone whose […]

HEARD IT ON THE HOTLINE

By: Ashley Staab “To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart.” – Eleanor Roosevelt We have seen the number of calls for sensitivity or diversity training increase in the past year. While we are training more companies on topics like Workplace Harassment and Reasonable Suspicion, there is a growing need for […]

WHAT’S HOT IN HR

By: Amy Matthews, SPHR It’s 1938. Franklin Delano Roosevelt is President. America is unionizing, it’s “depressed,” and there’s a New Deal on the table. Immersed within this monumental piece of legislation was the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA introduced some important wage and hour concepts that had not existed before; all of which […]

PREPARING FOR EEO-1 PAY DATA REPORTING CHANGES

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have until April 3rd to advise whether employers will have to report pay information along with the standard demographic information in the annual EEO-1 report. Businesses with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more employees are required to […]

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