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Pay Discrimination

Will the Revised EEO-1 Form Be Stopped?

Last week, Senators Lamar Alexander (R-Tennessee) and Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) urged President Trump to rescind the new requirements of the revised EEO-1 form. I originally wrote about the proposed EEO-1 form last fall – you...more

Puerto Rico Enacts Equal Pay Act Prohibiting Gender-Based Pay Disparities

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The Act also prohibits pay inquiries in the hiring process and limits restrictions on employee compensation discussions. Less than two months after the passage of the Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act that...more

New Jersey Bills Seek to Strengthen Protections Against Employment Discrimination and Promote Equal Pay for Women

On January 19, 2017, and on February 13, 2017, two bills (A4515 and S3014) were introduced in the New Jersey Legislature that would amend the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination to specifically prohibit employers from...more

Is The New EEO-1 Form Here To Stay? Maybe Yes, And Maybe No . . .

As we have previously reported, the new EEO-1 Form is set to be used as of March 31, 2018, for the October-December “snapshot” period in 2017. The new form will require federal contractors and employers with 100 or more...more

Uncle Sam Wants You! (to Provide Employee Compensation Data)

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

A new lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) demonstrates how dogged the government can be in trying to obtain and review employers’ compensation data. The lawsuit, filed against Google with the DOL’s Office of...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: January 2017 #3

by Zelle LLP on

Last week, there were developments in two cases in different Pennsylvania courts involving employer liability—or lack thereof—for data breaches involving employee personally identifiable information (PII). A Pennsylvania...more

Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report - January 2017

by Littler on

Littler's Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report details notable labor, employment, and benefits news and events at the federal, state, local, and global levels. The January edition of the Insider Report reviews what...more

New Year, New Laws

by Weintraub Tobin on

Happy New Year! The new year frequently marks new changes in the law, and this year is no exception. There are several important changes that went into effect on January 1st. Here are some of the major changes that went...more

How to Prepare for New Equal Pay Requirements

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The Equal Pay Act in the United States dates back to the early 1960s. But its enforcement—and the conversation about equal pay issues around the globe—requires close watching in the next few years....more

California & the Federal Government Expand Laws to Eliminate Wage Disparity

California state legislature amended the Fair Pay Act to prohibit race and ethnicity-based wage differentials and to preclude employers from relying on salary history to justify the wage gaps. In addition, the U.S. Equal...more

New York City Agencies Are Prohibited From Making Pay History Inquiries – At Least For Now

by Littler on

Executive Order 21 – City Agencies Only New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is engaged in a flurry of pre-election actions.  Most recently, he signed Executive Order 21, which prohibits New York City agencies from asking...more

Aggregating Pay Data in the New Year: Time to Get Your House in Order

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Affected employers should begin data analysis now to be prepared for disclosure of pay information to the EEOC or the OFCCP in 2018. As part of its effort to detect and remedy pay discrimination, the Equal Employment...more

EEOC Announces Expansion to EEO-1 Reporting

Late last month, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) announced that it will begin collecting employee pay data from many private employers and federal contractors. Beginning with the EEO-1 reports due March...more

EEOC Announces Expansion to EEO-1 Reporting

Late last month, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) announced that it will begin collecting employee pay data from many private employers and federal contractors. Beginning with the EEO-1 reports due March...more

SuperVision Today - October 2016

In this edition of SuperVision Today, Carrie Harris offers timely advice in this election season for employers who are dealing with divisive non-work issues in the workplace. Mitch Rhein explains the upcoming changes to the...more

EEOC Issues Final EEO-1 Form With Pay Data Requirement

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

The U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission has finalized the revised EEO-1 Form, which will require employers and federal contractors with 100 or more employees to include pay data, categorized by gender, race and ethnicity, in...more

Following the Money: The EEOC Requires Big Employers to Track Pay Data

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) announced last week that, starting in March 2018, it will collect summary pay data from private employers (including federal contractors and subcontractors) with 100...more

EEOC Announces New EEO-1 Rule

Last week, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) announced that it had finalized its rule for new EEO-1 pay equity reporting requirements.  The final rule has not yet been published in the Federal...more

EEOC Rule Requires Employers to Report Summary Pay Data

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has finalized its anticipated rule regarding the addition of pay data to its annual Employer Information Report (EEO-1). Beginning on March 31, 2018, private employers with...more

EEOC Issues New EEO-1 Form Requiring Employers to Submit Pay Data

by Barley Snyder on

On September 29, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published a revised EEO-1 form. The new form will require private employers and federal contractors with 100 or more employees to report pay data...more

EEOC Follows Through: Comp Data Will Be Required In EEO-1 Reports

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced yesterday that it will require employers with 100 or more employees to include compensation data in their annual EEO-1 reports. Employers will be required to provide this...more

EEOC Announces Approval of Revised EEO-1 Report

by Littler on

On September 29, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that starting in March 2018, it will collect summary employee pay data from certain employers on revised EEO-1 Reports. The announcement...more

Breaking News: EEOC Revised EEO-1 Report Finalized - Employers With More Than 100 Employees Will Be Required to Submit Pay Data to...

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: On September 29, 2016, the OMB approved the EEOC’s revisions to the EEO-1 report. Beginning in 2018, employers with 100+ employees will be required to annually report pay and hours data to the EEOC for its...more

EEOC Publishes Final Pay Data Changes to EEO-1 Report

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued revisions requiring employers with at least 100 employees to submit annual EEO-1 reports that include W-2 pay and hours worked data for their entire workforces,...more

Don’t Show Me The Money

The Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (“MEPA”) has prohibited employers from paying men and women differently for “work of like or comparable character” since 1945, nearly two decades before the federal Equal Pay Act (“EPA”) was...more

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