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March Compliance Madness: Important Dates and Deadlines

By Carla Pittman - Mar 15, 2022 8:00:00 AM - 2 MINS READ

Much like the frenzy surrounding the basketball tournament this time of year, March and April can represent the beginning or end of significant reporting requirements for companies.

Below you will find our bracket of friendly reminders that include our Top 4 requirements. OutSolve is here to help you win at compliance and get these requirements off your to-do list. If you’ve already started, you’re already ahead of the game! Simply move on to the next item in the bracket.

Table 1-1
California pay data reporting
Illinois Pay reporting
Table 4

Rest assured that if you have already engaged OutSolve on services related to the above, your work is already in progress. For further support on the affirmative action program verification portal, state pay reporting requirements, or EEO-1, please contact OutSolve at info@outsove.com or 888.414.2410.





Carla Pittman

Carla is a 20-year veteran with extensive experience in marketing strategy, product management, and brand development. Prior to OutSolve, she spent over 17 years in the affirmative action solutions space, working side-by-side with sales and AAP experts to deliver a superior client experience. As Vice President of Marketing for OutSolve, Carla's responsibilities include leading demand generation, brand management, driving customer engagement, and supporting the company's growth initiatives. Originally from Boston, Carla loves the Patriots but can be seen occasionally cheering for the Saints. In her spare time, she loves traveling, hanging with family, and curling up with a good movie.

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