Illinois is now the second state to require pay data reporting for private employers, beginning as early as this year.
The Illinois filing is more than just another data collection: employers must file individual employee-level compensation information and certify that there is no wage disparity for women or minorities in each of the EEO-1 job groups when accounting for legitimate factors related to pay.
Employers will be assigned a filing deadline by the Illinois Department of Labor. With the first deadline on May 25, 2022, and others coming on a rolling basis through 2024, covered Illinois employers should be evaluating how prepared they are to make the required certification.
Join veteran employment attorney Maryelena Zaccardelli of Michael Best and Berkshire’s pay equity powerhouse Dr. Thomas Carnahan to learn more about the ins and outs of the Illinois’ Equal Pay Registration Certification requirements.
The duo will discuss:
- Who needs to register
- What information needs to be submitted to the State of Illinois
- When you will submit this new report
- How to submit the data to the Illinois Department of Labor
- What You Should Do To Prepare and How to Analyze Your Pay Now
Don't miss this informative session!