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EEOC Files Plan to Require EEO-1 Compensation Data Reporting by September 30, 2019

Apr 05, 2019

In an April 3, 2019 filing in the federal district court that had ordered reinstatement of EEO-1 pay data reporting requirements, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) explained its inability to comply with the court’s ruling on its present timeline, stating that it would be able to comply on an extended timeframe. Specifically, the EEOC informed the court that it would not be able to collect compensation data from employers (the so-called “Component-2” of the EEO-1 form) by May 31, 2019, but that, via the use of private contractors, the agency would be able to collect such data (for calendar year 2018) by September 30, 2019.  The EEOC further informed the judge that an attempt to collect two years of data (2018 and 2017 retrospectively) would likely result in decreased response rates and an unacceptable risk to the quality of data received. (Read More

Article By: David Goldstein, James A. Paretti, Jr., and Lance Gibbons Littler

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