EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting Still in Limbo

An Obama-era requirement that affected employers must include employee pay data on their annual EEO-1 reports, once nixed by the Trump Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and then restored by a federal judge, is now pending formal announcement by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

eeoc-report-could-be-delayedThe EEO-1 online reporting portal opened Monday (March 18) for the traditional Component 1 (race and gender) data, but there was no mechanism for reporting Component 2 data for pay and hours worked.

U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan has now given the agency until April 3 to clarify how it plans to comply with her order to restore pay data collection.

The EEO-1 reporting period runs through May 31, but speculation abounds that the EEOC may delay collection of the pay data beyond that date to give employers and their own agency time to prepare.

The EEO-1 reporting requirement affects mostly businesses with federal contracts and businesses with 100 or more employees.


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