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Welcome to the Equal Employment Advisory Council

The Equal Employment Advisory Council (EEAC) is a nonprofit employer association founded in 1976 to provide guidance to its member companies on understanding and complying with their EEO and affirmative action obligations. EEAC today is comprised of nearly 300 major corporations and is staffed by experienced lawyers and HR professionals with in-depth knowledge in handling EEO and affirmative action compliance issues. (More..)

In This Week's Posting

EEAC's weekly memoranda - our signature member benefit - analyze and provide practical guidance on important regulatory, legislative, judicial, and policy developments affecting company equal employment opportunity and affirmative action compliance programs.

Posted July 21, 2017:

17-150 Labor Department Administrative Law Judge, Ruling in Closely Watched OFCCP v. Google Case, Gives Partial Win to Each Party
17-151 USCIS Issues New I-9 Form; Employers Must Start Using by September 18, 2017
17-152 Fifth and Final Installment of CWC’s “Annotated Code of OFCCP’s Regulations” — 41 CFR § 60-741, “Affirmative Action And Nondiscrimination Obligations Of Federal Contractors And Subcontractors Regarding Individuals With Disabilities” — Is Now Available on CWC’s Website
17-153 CWC’s Brief To Supreme Court in DirecTV v. Hall Urges Reversal of Problematic FLSA Joint Employment Ruling
17-154 Latest Legal Developments Regarding President Trump’s Controversial Travel Ban Should Have Minimal Impact on Employers

Featured Products & Upcoming Events

Meetings & Forums

Fall Compliance Conference Oct 18-20, 2017 in New Orleans, LA
Annual Meeting and Policy Conference Mar 7-9, 2018 in Washington, DC
Talent Acquisition Compliance Summit May 17-18, 2018 in Dallas, TX
Fall Compliance Conference Oct 17-19, 2018 in Chicago, IL

Web Workshops, Training Programs and Seminars

Basic EEO & Affirmative Action Compliance Aug 22-24 - Washington, DC
Conducting a Compensation Analysis Sept 21-22 - Washington, DC
EEO/AA Compliance Immersion Course Sept 25-29 - Washington, DC
Responding to Charges of Employment Discrimination Oct 2-Nov 10 - Online
Developing Compliant AAPs Nov 7-8 - Washington, DC
Defending Affirmative Action Programs Nov 9 - Washington, DC

EEAC Products

EEAC's Compliance in Action "micro-learning" series
EEAC's Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance for Managers
EEAC's LaborForce 2010
EEAC's Comp Auditor® II Software
EEAC's Conducting Impact Ratio Analyses for Potential Employment Discrimination
EEAC's IRA Workbook II©
EEAC's Applicant TrackerTM

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EEAC Quick Poll

What steps is your organization taking in response to those U.S. jurisdictions that have recently passed laws prohibiting questions about a job applicant's prior salary?

We've stopped (or intend to stop) asking about prior salary in all jurisdictions.
We've stopped (or intend to stop) asking about prior salary only in those jurisdictions that prohibit the question.
We've modified (or intend to modify) the prior salary question with a statement directing applicants in jurisdictions where the question is prohibited to not answer the question.
No action is needed. We do not ask about prior salary.
Unsure. We have not decided what steps to take in response to these laws.

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EEAC's Newest Resource

Compliance in Action

EEAC's Compliance in Action "micro-learning" series offers brief, interactive courses designed to help employees understand their workplace compliance obligations. Each course features practical content, professional narration, and real-world knowledge checks to help make sure key messages are being delivered and understood.

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