Advice provided for employers who are collecting gender beyond male/female binary
EEOC has provided the following guidance for company’s collecting gender beyond the male/female binary and who wish to report the information in the EEO-1 Component 2 data collection.
Filers may report employee counts and labor hours for non-binary gender employees by job category and pay band and racial group in the comment box on the Certification Page, please preface this data with the phrase “Additional Employee Data:”. For example, “Additional Employee Data: 1 non-binary gender employee working 2,040 hours in Job Category 4, Salary Pay Band 5, Race/ethnicity non-Hispanic White. 3 non-binary gender employees; combined work hours 5,775; in Job Category 5, Salary Pay Band 8; Race/ethnicity: Employee 1 – Non-Hispanic Black, Employee 2 – Hispanic, Employee 3 – Two or more races”.
The FAQ does not require employers to collect information as to whether an employee identifies as non-binary but guides employers as to how to report for those that do so.
EEO-1 Component 2 Survival Kit
EEOC IS REQUIRED TO COLLECT EEO-1 COMPONENT 2 PAY DATA FOR TWO YEARS
Are you wondering how to organize and format your data for a timely submission? This guide will help.
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