The EEOC announced they will collect 2017 and 2018 compensation and hours worked data, which is due September 30, 2019. Companies should still file their regular EEO-1 reports this year by May 30, 2019.
Judge Tanya Chutkan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled in favor of the plaintiffs requiring employers to submit compensation and hours data by September 30. An appeal was filed May 3 by EEOC and OMB, but did not halt Judge Chutkan’s ruling. Therefore, employers should be prepared to file pay and hours worked data for both years. The EEOC is still figuring out how they will collect the data and has indicated the instructions may change. We will keep our clients updated on new developments. If you are a Maly client, and we normally prepare your EEO-1 reports, we will assist you in completing and filing the additional data when required. If we do not regularly file your EEO-1 reports, please let us know and we can assist you.