Bloomberg Law
April 27, 2022, 6:43 PM

EEOC Chair Makes Case on Hill for Access to Employer Pay Data

J. Edward Moreno
J. Edward Moreno

A review of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s previous collection of pay data found that the information could help the agency, EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows said, teasing a return of the controversial employer reporting requirement.

Burrows told a House Education and Labor subcommittee Wednesday that the EEOC is waiting for the National Academy of Sciences to provide a recommendation on how to use pay data, but said staff working on the review “have looked at the pay data and are able to say that it would be very useful to us.” Pay discrimination often goes unnoticed without access to such ...

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