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In this monthly roundup video, we’ll review the most impactful HR news.

Hi everyone! Welcome to the HR Monthly Round Up. In the next few minutes, we’ll review the latest in HR news.

Employers that are subject to EEO-1 reporting have a few extra months to submit their 2022 data. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced that the new deadline is expected to be this fall.

All private sector employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with 50 or more employees meeting certain criteria, are mandated to annually collect and submit demographic workforce data to the EEOC, including data by race, ethnicity, sex, and job categories.

Now for an update about the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Despite the June 30, 2023, expiration date on the FMLA notices and certifications, employers can continue to use them. Revised versions will hopefully be available soon.

Speaking of employee leave, on July 11, Maine’s governor signed the state budget bill that included a new paid family and medical leave program. Eligible employees in Maine can begin taking paid leave on May 1, 2026.

In other news, a new Form I-9 is available, and employers must switch to the revised version by November 1.

The new version of the form became available on August 1. It can be downloaded from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services I-9 website. In addition, the alternative process for remote review of employee documents can now be used by E-Verify employers.

The Form I-9 must be used by all employers to verify the identity and employment authorization of new employees during the hiring process.

That’s all the HR news we have time for today. For more information on these topics, click the content links in the transcript below. Thanks for watching. See you next month!