Advanced Analytical Consulting Group (AACG), EquiCalc affiliate, presents the following complimentary webinar:

You need to file your EEO-1 Wage report, soon. Before you file it, consider a few things:

  1.     How should you review data and in what format should you report?
  2.     What data checks can you perform to reduce the chance of job misclassifications?
  3.     How can you test your data to identify simple data errors that could be very harmful?
  4.     How can you determine which pay-period to use to select your reported population?
  5.     We will also show you some ways to handle your data and identify problems through statistical testing that will help you get through the EEO-1 filing process with less effort and fewer problems.

If you are an HR Professional or Attorney trying to help your company get through this important task efficiently, while reducing the potential for problems and/errors, this webinar is for you. It will focus on simple, practical steps that you can take. We will discuss tests, tools and resources that you can use, including some you can make/perform yourself, some that are free from EquiCalc to webinar attendees, and some that are more comprehensive tools and reports that you can get from EquiCalc, which will make your task faster, easier, more informed and more accurate.

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (AACG) labor litigation experts will discuss how to perform useful ways to check your data, some simple steps to make filing easier and ways you can check your data for statistically significant discrimination.

You can gain a huge advantage by identifying and potentially mitigating any issues before the EEOC, OFCCP, or private litigants inform you or your C-Suite of problems. Your findings will also help put you in a good position to respond to a potential EEOC inquiry. If you want to make changes for your 2019 pay process or corrections for your 2017 and 2018 filings, the results can be used to inform that process.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  1.   Overview of the format of EEO-1 Component 2 to be filed by September 30, 2019
  2.   How you can review your draft EEO-1 filing to identify potential errors and inform your choice of pay period
  3.   How you can use statistical tests on your individual-level, draft compensation data to identify potential discrimination and determine the damages you face
  4.   How you can get help converting your individual employee-level data into the EEO-1 Component 2 CSV format ready for electronic upload at the EEOC NORC website.

About the Presenters:
Dr. Daniel S. Levy, National Managing Director, assists attorneys with economic, statistical and computing analyses in discrimination and other labor-related cases. In various areas of litigation, he has served as an expert witness for plaintiffs and defendants, including private companies, the Department of Labor, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Internal Revenue Service and has presented his research to the FBI, US Postal Service, the Environmental Protection Agency, and New York State Attorney General’s Office.

Prior to founding Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, Dr. Levy was the National Managing Principal of Economic and Statistical Consulting for Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP. He also served as the Global Director of Economic Consulting for Arthur Andersen’s Value Solutions practice. He has also held research and consulting positions at Charles River Associates, The RAND Corporation, Needham, Harper Worldwide Advertising, SPSS Inc. and The University of Chicago Computation Center. Dr. Levy received a PhD and an AB with Special Honors in Economics from The University of Chicago.

Dr. Audrius Girnius, Senior Economist, has assisted employers with proactive pay studies and supported experts on a variety of Labor and Employment discrimination matters.  Prior to joining Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, Dr. Girnius was a Senior Manager / Director at Grant Thornton and Huron Consulting Group. He earned a PhD in Economics from The University of Chicago and has refereed for the Journal of Political Economy. He also has presented at the National Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Conference.