EEO-1 comp data collection is officially ovah!

Everyone agrees that it's time.

Remember the spring and summer saga about the collection of EEO-1 compensation data? Yesterday, the judge who ordered the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to collect the data issued an order ending the collection.

Even the plaintiffs in National Women's Law Center v. Office of Management and Budget, which had successfully sued to force the EEOC to collect the data, agreed this time that the data collection should be deemed complete. This is the second time that the EEOC had asked Judge Tanya S. Chutkan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to end the collection.

The original orders of Judge Chutkan, directing the EEOC to collect the data, are on appeal.

For the full story of this waste of time, money, and effort, please go to these links:

BREAKING: EEO-1 pay data collection is back on (March 1, 2019)

Chapter Two in the EEO-1 pay survey flap (March 20, 2019)

BREAKING: Deadline of 9/30 proposed for EEO-1 comp data (April 4, 2019)

Part Four of the EEO-1 comp data saga (April 18, 2019)

EEO-1 comp data is due September 30 (UPDATED) (April 25, 2019)

Get answers to your EEO-1 comp data questions! (July 3, 2019)

EEOC portal for comp data is now open! (July 16, 2019)

No more EEO-1 comp data, EEOC proposes (September 13, 2019)

EEO-1 pay data collection is "complete" (October 22, 2019)

No it isn't, says Judge Chutkan (October 31, 2019)

Which brings us to today.

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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