EEO-1 Annual Pay Data Reporting Has Arrived: What Should Employers Do Now?
As we’ve been reporting, the new EEO-1 reporting rules require employers with 100 or more employees to annually report W-2 earnings, work hours, race/ethnicity and gender for all U.S. employees, separately for each location.
First reporting will be on 2017 data. The first annual filing deadline is March 31, 2018. EEOC and OFCCP will use the newly-reported pay data to launch targeted systemic pay investigations and intend to publish the reported pay data. So, now is the time to prepare for this new reporting obligation and potential ramifications.
Join Jackson Lewis pay equity experts, Jennifer L. Seda and Mickey Silberman, on November 3, from 2:00 – 3:00 Eastern for this timely and important webinar during which they will explain the new requirements, increased administrative burdens, and strategic implications of the EEO-1 pay data report.
Registration for this complimentary webinar can be found here.