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About Kate Gold
Kate Gold, a partner in Proskauer’s Labor & Employment Law Department, has over 25 years of experience representing clients in a range of industries, across all areas of employment law. An experienced litigator, she has represented clients in all types of employment-related suits, including class and collective actions, discrimination, retaliation and harassment, non-compete and wage/hour matters. In addition to litigating, she conducts high-level workplace investigations and routinely counsels clients on matters involving the full range of state and federal employment issues. Kate also represents clients in disputes involving misappropriation of intellectual property and trade secrets, interference with contract, and unfair competition. She counsels on classification of employees, employment issues in the context of purchase and sale of businesses, and non-competition agreements. Additionally, she negotiates and drafts executive employment and separation agreements and conducts training on sexual harassment prevention.
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We are 725+ lawyers serving clients from 13 offices located in the Americas, Europe and Asia. The world’s leading organizations choose us to be their representatives in their most critical situations. Proskauer has one of the largest and strongest Labor & Employment Law Departments and has handled virtually every type of issue for the largest companies for more than 75 years. From handling the most complex matters to shaping new law, we are trusted advisors on everything impacting the workplace. We work with asset managers, major sports leagues, Fortune 500 companies, entertainment industry legends and other industry-redefining companies.
As a result of a recent U.S. District Court opinion and consequent announcements from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), private employers and federal contractors who are required to file EEO-1 reporting must now include wage and hours information – called Component 2 Data – in the said reports. The newly required information for 2017 and 2018 calendar years should be submitted to the EEOC by September 30, 2019.
Although a Notice of Appeal has been filed, the EEOC will still proceed with the enforcement of the revised requirements as scheduled. Covered employers should start with their compliance efforts and begin revisiting their data collection procedures in preparation for the September pay data reporting.
In this LIVE Webcast, a seasoned panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will provide an in-depth analysis of the revised compliance requirements as well as their implications to employers. Speakers will also present the best compliance practices in completing the updated Component 2 form.
Key topics include:
• The New EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting Requirements
• Component 2 Data: Implications for Employers
• Legal Updates
• Best Compliance Practices
About The Knowledge Group
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