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1 Nov 2014


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Small Businesss Personnel Report Proposed Rule


If you’re a small business serving as a Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor with the federal government you may have to provide an annual report to the federal government detailing compensation paid to employees by sex, race, ethnicity, and specified job categories as wella s hours worked and the number of employees.

This would impact certain small contractors and subcontractors with more than 100 employees.

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) proposes to amend one of its implementing regulations for Executive Order 11246, Equal Employment Opportunity, that would make this reporting a requirement.

The OFCCP claims that the collection of this type of information is critical to eradicating compensation discrimination.  It would enable OFCCP to direct its enforcement resources toward entities for which reported data suggest potential pay violations, and not toward entities for which there is no evidence of potential pay violations.

This proposed amendment is available for comments which should be submitted by 6 November 2014.

To voice your concern leave comments visit the OFCCP Proposed Rule page and follow the links to leave your comment.

OFCCP Proposed Rule


By Jack Rivers














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