The EEOC published its regulatory agenda for outlining key rulemaking goals for 2024.



The EEOC published its regulatory agenda on December 4, 2023, for the first time in over two years, joining other labor agencies in outlining key rulemaking goals for 2024.(Recorded Date: 24 Jan, 2024)

The fall regulatory agenda highlights the EEOC's priorities, including finalizing agency regulations to implement the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. 
The EEOC will focus, in particular, on six areas – advancing racial justice and combatting systemic discrimination on all protected bases; protecting pay equity; supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA); addressing the use of artificial intelligence in employment decisions and preventing unlawful retaliation.

This webinar will give you the tools you need to develop a risk management strategy that will reduce fines, penalties and even criminal sanctions.

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Course Outline:

 •  Learn what the Federal Regulatory Agenda is and how it impacts all the federal agencies
 •  Learn why the EEO’s focus will determine what Employers should focus on and what they need to prioritize
 •  Learn how the EEOC will focus on the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA)
 •  Learn how the EEOC is aggressively targeting Artificial Intelligence and how Employers need to address the potential violations.
 •  Learn how Employers can mitigate all the new EEOC regulations and be compliant
 •  Learn how developing policies can reduce workplace violations
 •  Learn how training employees, supervisors, and managers will increase your compliance efforts

Please tell us why one should attend the training:

Learn How the EEOC Plans to accomplish their agenda and how Employers need to mitigate the requirements.

Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) - Updating the emerging and developing issues priority to include protecting workers affected by pregnancy, and childbirth.

Workforce Diversity Recruit from a diverse, qualified group of potential applicants drawn from all segments of American society to secure and retain a high-performing workforce.

Employee Equity - Create and ensure equal opportunity for all aspects of the employment life cycle.

Inclusive Practices - Cultivate a culture that encourages collaboration, flexibility, and fairness to enable individuals to reach their full potential.

Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Fairness - In FY 2021, the EEOC issued an agency-wide initiative to ensure that the use of software, including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other emerging technologies used in hiring and other employment decisions comply with the federal civil rights laws that the EEOC enforces. It is abundantly clear that while AI systems may offer new opportunities for employers, they also have the potential to discriminate.

Accessibility - Develop and maintain facilities, information, and communication technology, programs, and services so that all EEOC employees can fully and independently use them to perform the essential functions of their work.

Who Will Benefit:

 •  All Employers
 •  Payroll Administrators
 •  HR Professionals
 •  Compliance Professionals
 •  Managers/Supervisors
 •  Employers in all industries
 •  Business Owners
 •  Company Leadership

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