Indefinite Delay of new EEO-1 Form

Last year the EEOC unveiled its new EEO-1 forms, which in addition to requesting information regarding sex and race of employees, separated by job classification, would also require data on wage and hour information from employers with 100 or more employees.  However, just as the new form was to take effect, the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced it was indefinitely suspending the form’s effective date.   The OMB stated the suspension was in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act, which requires agencies obtain approval from the OMB before requesting most types of information from the public.

Based on the OMB’s memorandum, the OMB’s review of the form at this time was self-initiated.  The memorandum can be found here:


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