If you were in the middle of your preparations for the EEOC’s more detailed EEO-1 reporting requirements, stop what you’re doing right now.
The controversial, workload-increasing changes to the EEO-1 have been “stayed indefinitely.”
As reported by Robin Shea on the excellent Employment & Labor Insider, a blog by the Constangy, Brooks, Smith and Prophete LLP law firm.
‘A victory for common sense’
The announcement came from Randel Johnson, the VP of Labor, Immigration and Employee Benefits at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Directly addressing the members of the Chamber’s Labor Relations and Employee Benefits Committees, Johnson said: