EEOC May Not Require Pay Component Reporting in 2020 for EEO-1

The EEOC required government contractors with 100 or more employees to report compensation and hours worked data points for 2017 and 2018 EEO-1 reporting. This program has not shown any usefulness. Therefore, the EEOC announced that it will halt further collection of pay data during future EEO-1 reporting cycles.

Employers who are required to report, still need to report compensation information from both 2017 and 2018 by September 30. This announcement could mean this will be a one-time effort that may not need to be repeated in 2020.

Office of Information Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) Reports Changes to EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting

The Office of Information Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) has announced that EEO-1 reporting for 2017 activity will not include pay data. The revised EEO-1 data collection format will not be used. Employers who are required to report will use the older version of the EEO-1 data collection template that includes race and gender information only.

The report due date has not changed; it will remain March of 2018.

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