Employment Law Alerts

The Change in the Equal Pay Landscape and its Impact on Employers

On December 6, 2019, the Second Circuit held that an employee does not have to show that she received less pay for equal work in order to prevail in an unequal pay claim. Instead, she only has to prove that the employer discriminated against her because of her gender. She does not have to prove that a member of the opposite sex held an equal but higher paying job. Essentially, employees do not ...

EEO-1 Component 2 Data Collection Reinstated, Again

In yet another turn of events in the ongoing EEO-1 Component 2 data collection saga, the EEOC’s self-declared cessation to collect the Component 2 data has been overturned by Judge Tanya Chutkan of the District of Columbia.  The Court ordered that the EEOC continue to collect pay data. As a refresher, covered employers were required to provide pay data for 2017 and 2018 broken down by job ...

Update on Requirement to Report EEO-1 Wage and Hour Data

As previously reported in our Alert published on March 7, 2019, a federal judge has ordered the EEOC to provide guidance regarding the collection of wage and hour data ("Component 2 data").  On April 4, the EEOC submitted a filing to the court saying it would have to engage a third-party contractor, at a cost of over $3 million, in order to process the Component 2 data. Even though the judge has ...