EEO-1 Component 2 Filing Deadline is Just Days Away – But Employers May Be Off the Hook Next Year

16 September 2019 Labor & Employment Law Perspectives Blog
Authors: Larry S. Perlman

First, the good news:

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has provided notice that it won’t renew the requirement that covered employers provide “Component 2” pay data as part of their annual EEO-1 reporting filings.

Now, the not-so-good news:

The EEOC also noted that this decision not to renew does not affect the September 30, 2019, deadline by which private employers with 100 or more employees are required to submit Component 2 data for the calendar years 2017 and 2018.  With that deadline less than two weeks away, affected employers have hopefully either submitted their data or are well along the way to doing so.  For further guidance, please see our previous article, which provides further detail as to what a Component 2 report entails.

Please let us know if you if we can be of assistance to you in this process.   You can reach out to your regular Foley contacts or to Jeff Kopp (jkopp@foley.com) or Susan Coleman (scoleman@foley.com).

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