For all organizations with 100 employees or more, or required Government Contractors (those with contracts valued at $50,000 or more) with less than 100 employees, be advised that the EEO-1 reporting deadline has been postponed from its’ normal September 30th, until March 31, 2018, due to the addition of the new “pay reporting requirements” being added.
There were efforts put into motion by the Trump administration to block a new information-gathering rule that aims to root out pay discrimination, however, there has not been a reversal put into action yet.
Employers have a difficult choice: start preparing now for the new EEO-1 pay reporting requirement, or wait and see if a reversal is put into place. Depending on the size and complexity of your organization, waiting may put you at a disadvantage for being compliant by the due date if there is no reversal.
We at KardasLarson believe you should err on the side of caution and begin to gather your data for the new form and begin to fill it out now, in order to have it ready by the March 31, 2018, deadline.
This PDF is a sample for a generic company to describe the type of data required.
If you have any questions in this area or need any help with the filing of this form, please contact KardasLarson, and we will be happy to help to keep you in compliance.