Finance News & Insights

The EEO-1 portal is open! What your team needs to do to comply with Component 2

It’s been a long time coming, but the time has come for your company to begin reporting more detailed employee pay data to the feds. [Read more…]

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Sexual harassment: 12 warning signs you have a company culture that’s more vulnerable to it

Of course you know: Sexual harassment can happen in any workplace. But it turns out it happens in some workplaces more than others. Is yours one of them? Here’s how to tell. [Read more…]

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Will common health plan feature now put you at risk for a lawsuit?

Heads up: A recent lawsuit puts employers in a very tricky spot regarding health plan compliance. [Read more…]

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What is going on with the EEOC’s wellness rules? Breaking down recent court rulings

Recently, two courts have handed down rulings in regards to whether the EEOC’s rules for incentives violate the ADA and GINA. But the rulings have left many Finance pros with more questions than answers. [Read more…]

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Role-reversal: EEOC ordered to fork over $1.9M for ‘frivolous’ claims

The EEOC has a long history among employers of filing lawsuits for dubious reasons, and in this case, that strategy seems to have come back to haunt it. [Read more…]

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Feds’ new EEO-1 changes: Payroll just caught a major break

In the middle of your preparations for the EEOC’s more detailed EEO-1 reporting requirements? Stop what you’re doing right now.  [Read more…]

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Defining unreasonable: How to turn down problematic ADA accommodation requests

From 2006 to 2016, EEOC charges against employers for ADA violations increased nearly 75%. With figures like that, some Finance chiefs feel it makes sense to grant each and every accommodation request that employees make. But that’s not the case. [Read more…]

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Price tag for not hiring applicant with epilepsy: $112k

Here’s another prime example of how expensive it can be to violate federal laws protecting the rights of disabled job applicants.   [Read more…]

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Are your wellness program incentives in line with new EEOC rules?

Heads up: You may have to adjust your wellness program participation incentives following some new guidance from the feds.    [Read more…]

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Heads up: The EEOC is about to start snooping around your pay practices

President Obama has made it clear that equal pay is one of his top priorities, and his latest action should go a long way to advancing that goal. It’s also likely to add a significant amount of administrative work for Finance staffs.   [Read more…]

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