EEOC Seeks to Require Summary Pay Data From Employers

Jan. 29, 2016, 5:00 AM

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is seeking to require expanded pay information from employers as part of the Obama administration’s ramped-up effort to combat the persistent gender gap in employee compensation, the EEOC announced Jan. 29.

The EEOC proposal, to be published in the Federal Register Feb. 1, would add aggregate data on pay ranges and hours worked to covered employers’ EEO-1 reports beginning Sept. 30, 2017. A 60-day public comment period on the proposal will end April 1.

The proposed revised EEO-1 form, which would cover businesses with more than 100 employees including federal contractors, was announced at ...

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