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Alert: Employers Must Give EEOC Pay Data By September 30

Equal Pay, Wage & Hour

Federal Court Judge Accepts EEOC’s Proposal To Make Employers Submit 2017 And 2018 Pay Data By September 30

As reported here in March, a U.S. District Court Judge reinstated EEOC data collection rules, adopted during the Obama Administration, aimed at identifying discriminatory pay gaps. The rule applies to employers who are subject to the EEOC’s longstanding EEO-1 annual reporting requirements (mainly, employers with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more employees). The Trump Administration froze the rule, but several workers’ rights advocacy groups successfully sued to unfreeze the rule.

Click here to read the EEOC’s announcements.

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Gary Savine is an Illinois employment lawyer and founder of Savine Employment Law, Ltd. Gary regularly advises companies and their human resources departments on recently enacted employment laws.

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