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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 April 24, 2015:

15-078 EEOC Proposes Changes to Its ADA Regulations To Address the Use of Incentives in Corporate Wellness Programs
15-079 OFCCP Sets Revised Annual Veterans Hiring Benchmark of 7.0%
15-080 OFCCP Posts Expanded FAQs on New Requirements Barring Federal Contractors From Discriminating on the Basis of Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity
15-081 EEAC Files Brief With Supreme Court in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo Asking Justices To Clarify Class Certification Standard in Overtime Claim Cases Brought Under State Law
15-082 EEOC Rules in Federal Case That Army Violated Title VII by Restricting Bathroom Use of Transgender Employee
Notice EEAC Events Presents Four Courses in One Week: West Coast Training Series

Featured Products & Upcoming Events

Meetings & Forums

Talent Acquisition Compliance Summit Jun 3-4, 2015 in Dallas, TX
Fall Compliance Conference Oct 14-16, 2015 in San Antonio, TX
Annual Meeting and Policy Conference Mar 16-18, 2016 in Washington, DC
Fall Compliance Conference Oct 19-21, 2016 in Seattle, WA

Web Workshops, Training Programs and Seminars

Developing Compliant AAPs Apr 28-29 - Washington, DC
Rules on Application of the ADA To Employer Wellness Program Apr 29 - Web Workshop
Defending Affirmative Action Programs Apr 30 - Washington, DC
OFCCP's Disability Self-Id Process: Implementation Experience & Results - 5/5 Session May 5 - Open Dialogue
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OFCCP's Disability Self-Id Process: Implementation Experience & Results - 5/7 Session May 7 - Open Dialogue
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Basic EEO & Affirmative Action Compliance May 12-14 - Washington, DC
OFCCP's Disability Self-Id Process: Implementation Experience & Results - 5/19 Session May 19 - Open Dialogue
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OFCCP's Disability Self-Id Process: Implementation Experience & Results - 5/21 Session May 21 - Open Dialogue
Developing Compliant AAPs Jun 16-17 - Washington, DC
Defending Affirmative Action Programs Jun 18 - Washington, DC
Maximizing the Benefits of Your EEAC Membership Jun 24 - Open Dialogue
Fundamentals of EEO Compliance July 14-15 - San Diego, CA
Developing Compliant AAPs July 14-15 - San Diego, CA
Defending Affirmative Action Programs July 15 - San Diego, CA
Conducting a Compensation Analysis July 16-17 - San Diego, CA
Fundamentals of EEO Compliance Aug 11-12 - Washington, DC
Responding to Charges of Employment Discrimination Sept 1-Oct 30 - Online
Maximizing the Benefits of Your EEAC Membership Sept 9 - Open Dialogue
Conducting a Compensation Analysis Sept 22-23 - Washington, DC
Basic EEO & Affirmative Action Compliance Oct 6-8 - Washington, DC
Developing Compliant AAPs Oct 27-28 - Washington, DC
Defending Affirmative Action Programs Oct 29 - Washington, DC

EEAC Products

EEAC's LaborForce 2010
EEAC's Comp Auditor® II Software
EEAC's EEO Resource Manual
EEAC's Conducting Impact Ratio Analyses for Potential Employment Discrimination
EEAC's IRA Workbook II©
EEAC's Applicant TrackerTM
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What's New

Federal regulations enforced by the EEOC and the OFCCP require that certain employers be able to identify the race, ethnicity and gender of each employee and, in the case of covered federal contractors, each applicant as well.
Get EEAC's Sample Race, Ethnicity and Gender Self-Identification form here.

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