Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s proposal to collect data about employees’ pay on the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) for employers with 100 or more employees starting in 2017. EEOC has put together a Q & A on the changes. The EEO-1 is a well-established, annual report. Every year by September 30th, most federal contractors and other private employers (with at least 100 employees) tally and report their employee numbers for one pay period by job category and then by sex, race, and ethnicity (Hispanic or Latino). The current proposal would build on the existing reporting structure to collect from employers the number of workers within 12 specified pay bands.
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