EEOC Wants Pay Data by September 30th, Retention Struggles, and More

EEOC Wants Pay Data by September 30thpay data

Earlier this week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced its intent to collect employee pay data from qualifying employers as soon as September 30th. The EEOC has said that this pay data would come from a single payroll run between October 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018. The National Law Review reminds employers, however, that employers with 100 or more employers are still required to disclose their number of employees by sex, race, ethnicity, and job category by May 31st

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Survey Says 94% of Employees Would Stay with an Employer Who Invested in Learningworkplace training

The results of a recent study conducted by LinkedIn found that workforce training is the key to increasing the employee retention rate. CNBC reports that 94% of those surveyed indicated they would stay with an organization if their employer invested time and dollars in helping them learn and develop. The survey further found that lack of access to learning opportunities was the number one reason those in the Millennial and Gen-Z populations would leave a position.

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Employers Struggle to Retain Talent But Remain Reluctant to Increase Salariesbusiness person

A recent report released by Payscale found that 66 percent of employers are concerned about their ability to keep employees. While employers are nervous about retaining employees, Human Resource Executive reports that 70 percent of those surveyed planned to increase base pay 3 percent or less this year. While these findings seem to conflict, the survey found that employers plan to use bonuses and expanded company perks as key retention tools.

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The Gap Between Median Income for Male and Female Workers at Every Ageequal pay

A recent study conducted by the Minnesota Population Center’s¬†Integrated Public Use Microdata Series program showed that the gender pay gap does in fact exist for workers at every age. Business Insider notes that this ‚Äúpay gap tended to be larger for older workers than for younger workers‚ÄĚ, and widens as individuals age.

To view the different charts outlining pay differences across age ranges, please click here.

Millennials Will Trader Lower Salaries for More Free Timecounting money

A recent study has found that Generation Z and Millennial employees are the most dissatisfied with their work-life balance, despite working fewer hours than older generations. More than half of these younger workers surveyed indicated they would take a cut to their compensation in return for more free time. Even though Millennials and Gen Z put in fewer hours than their Baby Boomer or Gen X counterparts, The Philly Voice warns that younger generations can fall victim to over-connectivity, which can still lead to burnout even if the employee is not in the office physically.

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Unexpected Reasons Employees Quit Their Jobsman resigning

Inc. has released a list of six difficult to spot reasons employees leave their companies to prevent the headaches caused when an employee unexpectedly gives notice. This includes the emergence of a better opportunity as well as a lack of workplace flexibility and unbending job definitions.

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