The equal employment opportunity commission has released new guidelines that requires employers that have 100 or more employees to report the hours worked by them. There are two reasons for this. The first reason is to track down any pay disparities. If a pay disparity exist, EEOC wants to know weather its is related to worker hours, or if it’s related race, gender or ethnicity. The second reason is to make sure there isn’t any discrimination if over time is being given to employees.
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