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EEOC to Collect Pay Data from Large Companies

If you read one thing... - The EEOC has announced a proposal to start collecting employee compensation information from companies with 100 or more employees, and is seeking comments, which are due by April 1,...more

Employment Law - February 2016

In Equal Pay Push, EEOC to Collect Pay Data From Employers - Why it matters - On the anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, President Barack Obama announced that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission...more

Pay Data Solicited by Administration to Advance Equal Pay

On January 29, 2016 President Obama announced his Administration was taking further action to advance equal pay goals for all workers by seeking better insight into discriminatory pay practices across industries and...more

CLIENT ALERT: EEOC Proposes to Require Large Employers to Report Wage and Hour Data

On January 29, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (the “EEOC”) announced proposed rule changes that would require all “large employers” (i.e., employers with 100 or more employees) and federal contractors to...more

Get Ready to Share More: EEO-1 Soon to Require More on Pay and Wages

The EEOC has proposed a new rule to revise the federal EEO-1 form to include employee pay data on filings beginning September 30, 2017. EEO-1s would have to include W-2 earnings for all employees within an EEO-1 job category...more

EEOC Proposes Requiring Employers to Report Pay and Hours Worked Information on EEO-1 Forms

In accordance with the Obama administration's efforts to combat a perceived gender gap in compensation, the EEOC has proposed revising the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) to require employers to provide information on...more

January 2016: Five Biggest Labor And Employment Law Stories

The world of labor and employment law is always rapidly evolving. In order to make sure that you stay on top of the latest developments, here is a quick review of the five biggest stories from last month that all employers...more

EEOC seeks to bolster pay discrimination prohibitions via new requirement for large employers to disclose pay data

On January 29, 2016, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) made public a proposed revision to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1), required of federal contractors having 50 or more employees and all...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: February 2016

Equal pay and EEO-1 reports made headlines last Friday as the EEOC and the White House celebrated the 7th anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Act. The EEOC announced a proposed new requirement for federal contractors and...more

EEOC Promotes Gender Equality by Imposing Another Burden on Employers

Employers with 100 or more employees take note: a major new reporting requirement may be coming your way next year....more

EEOC Proposes New Pay Data Reporting Requirements for Employers

The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has published proposed revisions to the requirements associated with the Employer Information Report (EEO-1). The EEO-1 already requires employers with more...more

EEOC Proposes to Require Employers to Submit Pay Data

Many employers will be required to report information on pay and hours worked for all of their employees under changes proposed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to existing reporting requirements. In...more

Is Your Pay Equity Up To Snuff? EEOC Plans To Start Collecting Pay Data, And Using It

On the seventh anniversary of President Obama's signing into law the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the President announced that not enough progress has been made to ensure that women and men are paid equally. In a...more

EEOC Announces Proposed Addition of Pay Data to Annual EEO-1 Reports

Pay Ranges and Hours Worked to Be Included, Making It Easier to Spot Trends and Pay Discrimination - WASHINGTON --The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today made public a proposed revision to the...more

EEOC Announces Plan to Begin Collecting Pay Data on EEO-1 Reports

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced last Friday a proposed rule that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to report pay and hours based on their employees' race and gender. The rule...more

Remarks of Chair Jenny R. Yang at the White House Equal Pay Event, January 29, 2016

Remarks as Prepared for Delivery - Thank you Valerie, for your leadership on equal pay. I would also like to thank President Obama for his unwavering commitment to advancing opportunity for all. Through our work at the...more

Beware the Landmines: New and Coming Labor and Employment Laws

From 2014 to 2016 there has been an explosion of labor & employment “laws” through Executive Orders, new regulations and proposed regulations. Some of the requirements apply to all employers, while those issued by...more

Achieve Pay Equity Act and Other Developments Impose Additional Requirements on New York Employers

New York employers should be aware of various new laws that have been enacted with the stated purpose of protecting and furthering women's equality in the State of New York. These new laws impose a number of significant...more

Unequal Pay Causes Mental Illness? Let’s Not Jump To Conclusions.

Did you know that unequal pay causes depression and anxiety? Neither do I. A recent study has received a lot of publicity after it found a correlation between relatively low pay and rates of clinical depression and...more

Equal Pay: A Growing Issue for Retail and Hospitality Employers to Watch in 2016

The equal pay movement gained significant ground in 2015, with new equal pay legislation enacted in two large states, new pay equity rules issued for federal contractors, and equal pay legislation introduced in several...more

OFCCP Regulations Prohibiting Pay Secrecy Policies & Required Posting Effective Now

Executive Order 13665 & Pay Transparency Regulations Effective Now - Following the NLRB’s lead on employee rights regarding discussion of confidential wage issues, Executive Order 13665 and the Office of Contract...more

California’s New Fair Pay Act Seeks to Close Loopholes and End Gender Pay Gap

California’s amended Fair Pay Act went into effect January 1, 2016 and seeks to eliminate loopholes in the existing equal pay law that prohibits paying women less than men, and vice versa, for performing substantially similar...more

New Year, New Laws: A Summary of Hot Button Employment Laws to Hit the Books in 2016

From coast to coast, as the calendar turned to 2016, a host of new employment laws became effective. States and local government are imposing broad obligations on employers well above what federal law requires. This patchwork...more

A New Year’s Resolution for California Employers: Fair Pay Act Compliance

California employers are preparing for the effects the Fair Pay Act—the new law signed by Governor Brown last October that significantly changes California’s gender equality pay law. Senate Bill 358 (SB 358), which went into...more

A New Year = New Laws for California Employers

It’s that time again – a new year means new laws and regulations for California employers. Below we summarize new legislation that will affect employers doing business in California. Unless otherwise indicated, the new laws...more

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