Date: Thursday, June 6, 2019 Register Now
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Length: 60 Minutes
Speakers:    Speakers: Maury Baskin, Littler Mendelson, Washington, D.C.
Jim Paretti, Littler Mendelson, Washington, D.C.

Webinar Description
ABC Members Only

In light of a recent court order, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced on May 2 that it will collect detailed data on employee compensation and hours worked (or Component-2 data) from covered employers as part of their annual EEO-1 form submission. EEO-1 filers will be required for the first time to submit Component-2 data for calendar years 2017 and 2018 to the EEOC by Sept. 30, 2019.

ABC General Counsel Maury Baskin and Jim Paretti of Littler Mendelson will discuss the background of Component-2 data submission, the recent court decision, legal outlook and what employers need to know about compliance.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Owners
  • HR Managers
  • Chapter Executives
  • ABC Attorneys

  • ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

    Maury Baskin focuses his Washington, D.C.-based practice on national labor policy, challenging excessive government regulation on behalf of small and large businesses, while advising employers in compliance issues. He has extensive experience in dealing with labor relations and union pressure tactics, employment discrimination and wage and hour law. Baskin has also represented a variety of industry sectors, advising clients invoiced in construction, government contracting, higher education, telecommunications, hospitality, security and nonprofits.

    Jim Paretti is an experienced management-side employment and labor relations attorney with in-depth political and policy knowledge of labor, pension, healthcare and employment law, regulations and legislation. Jim is well versed in all aspects of legislative and political processes with demonstrated knowledge in the substance of federal labor and employment policy. Paretti has more than two decades of experience working with federal legislators and policymakers, including time spent at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.