EEO-1 Reporting will Include Pay Data - Due September 30, 2019
Updated: Apr 10, 2019
Yesterday, April 3rd, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) revealed their decision on whether employers will turn over pay data with the 2018 EEO-1 reports by stating it will require employers to turn over 2018 pay data with the EEO-1 filing.
Employers will now be faced with an increased burden in pulling pay data along with standard EEO-1 reporting data. On a positive note, it appears that the EEOC will give employers until September 30, 2019 to file the data.
Here is a complete breakdown of the developments with EEO-1 Reporting over the last month:
On March 6th a federal judge ruled that pay data must be part of EEO Reporting going forward.
Employers (and us compliance folks) began wondering if that meant it would have to be included in the EEO-1 Reports due May 31, 2019.
On March 18th the EEOC opened up the reporting for this period, and made one piece of information clear – the workforce data must be from one payroll period between 10/1/2018 and 12/31/2018.
On March 19th a federal judge ruled and gave the EEOC a deadline of April 3, 2019 to make a decision on whether or not pay data will be part of the EEO-1 filing due May 31, 2019.
On April 3, the EEOC submitted their response and told a federal judge that it will require employers to turn over 2018 pay data.
It appears that the deadline for filing the 2018 pay data will be September 30, 2019.
TAMS Group will help their clients navigate this situation as always. Feel free to reach out with any questions you may have for our compliance team! Reach out to Aleks at 216-539-8277 or email@example.com