Employers filing EEO-1 Reports in 2019 are now required to submit hours-worked and pay data on their employees for calendar years 2017 and 2018 by September 30, 2019. This is essentially providing the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) with an informal snapshot of their pay structures.
Employers Beware: Your pay data may be subject to potentially adverse third parties who may want to use it for litigation or to start a regulatory investigation. Your EEO-1 pay data could contain prohibited pay disparities. Consider a comprehensive pay equity audit prior to submitting your data to the federal government.
This EEO-1 Pay Data Privacy Guide for Employers can help by addressing:
- What an EEO-1 Report is
- The three ways third parties may access EEO-1 Report information
- Why conducting a pay equity audit can help avoid litigation or regulatory investigations
To learn how Trusaic can help you with EEO-1 Reporting of Component 2 data and conduct a pay equity audit, please contact Gregg Kasubuchi directly at (213) 355-5108 or email@example.com.