Employers who are required to submit the 2017 and 2018 Component 2 EEO-1 data (wage data) can now do so via the EEOC’s portal here.  In addition, the EEOC has released a FAQ that may answer many employer questions such as filing requirements, summary compensation data, hours worked, multi-establishment reporting, acquisitions and mergers, spinoffs,

Not the most exciting news, but rumor has it, the EEOC recently (end of January) finished mailing the 2017 EEO-1 survey Notification Letters to applicable employers.  Who is an “applicable employer”?  Private employers with 100 or more employees and a federal government contractor or first-tier subcontractors with 50 or more employees and a sub/contract of

woman wage dataIn only 18 months, federal contractors and subcontractors with 100 or more employees will be forced to report wage data to the EEOC via the new EEO-1 report, in order to show that there is no discrimination in pay. While this seems a long way away, employers whose data may not be so kind to

Dollars 2As I wrote about in April, on February 1, 2016, the EEOC proposed revisions to add wage and hour information to employers’ yearly EEO-1 report.  The EEO-1 report is required by the EEOC, pursuant to its authority in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), and requests submission of information aimed