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Under New Requirement, Employers Must Turn Over Past Two Years' Pay Data To The EEOC


On Thursday, the EEOC announced that it will require employers to provide wage data for both 2017 and 2018 as part of their required EEO-1 submissions this year. The newly-implemented Component 2 of the revised EEO-1 form, which requires employers to provide compensation information and work hours for employees, is due September 30 of this year. As a result, employers should begin collecting this data in order to comply with this new requirement. Component 1, which includes the demographic data companies have provided to the agency for years, will be due on a new date this year: May 31.

Ryan Guerin is an attorney in the Firm’s Labor and Employment & Business Litigation Practice Groups. If you have any questions or concerns about this issue or any other matter, please contact Ryan directly at 813-223-1099.

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