EEOC To Mine Employers' Pay Data For Potential Discrimination [Profile in Diversity Journal]

Debra Friedman, a member of the Labor and Employment department, discusses a proposed rule issued by the EEOC that would require employers with 100 or more workers to show the government how much they pay their employees. If made final, the proposed requirements would play a key role in bolstering the Commission's ability to work with the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to remedy discriminatory pay practices. The rule is the culmination of a years-long effort to develop a tool for the government to use in targeting employers for gender pay gap investigations. The comment period for the proposed rule closes on April 1, 2016.

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