EEOC Delays 2022 EEO-1 Reporting Until Fall 2023 & How to Address the New Normal of Talent Shortages

EEOC Delays 2022 EEO-1 Reporting Until Fall 2023 & How to Address the New Normal of Talent ShortagesDOL Reminds Employers to Prioritize Safety for Summer Youth Hires

Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that the date for employers to begin submitting 2022 EEO-1 Reports is delayed again, this time with a tentative new opening date in the fall of 2023. The EEOC had previously extended the expected opening date for 2022 EEO-1 reporting until mid-July 2023. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, certain employers must usually submit EEO-1 by March 31 each year.

Addressing the New Normal of Talent Shortages

As talent shortages persist across industries, an increasing number of employers are grappling with the need to adapt to the “new normal” and to address this challenge effectively. In an uncertain hiring market, employers should focus on what they can control: their strategy. HR teams should consider the following popular ways to address and combat the new normal of talent shortages:

  • Prioritize skills-based hiring. While specific qualifications may be valuable for some roles or industries, HR professionals may consider candidates based on desired skills rather than experience or education.
  • Support internal mobility. Employers shouldn’t forget about their employees who are willing to transition to job roles within the organization for higher compensation, better work-life balance or new learning opportunities.

Read the newsletter below and see the details of 2 other popular ways to manage through the new normal of talent shortages.

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