3 Reasons Employers Fear The EEOC Pay Data Rule

Law360, New York (January 29, 2016, 8:53 PM EST) -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission unveiled proposed changes Friday that would require large employers to report compensation information as part of their annual EEO-1 filings, a mandate that attorneys say could burden employers and potentially expose them to increased risk of government enforcement actions.

In a proposed rule divulged Friday, the EEOC said it plans to require federal contractors and other employers with more than 100 workers to add data on pay ranges and hours worked, to the information collected from the employer information reports — or EEO-1s — beginning in 2017. The annual reports already include information on employees’...

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