Law and the Workplace
Kate Gold

Kate Gold

Partner

Kate Gold is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department in the Los Angeles office.

Kate has over 25 years of experience representing clients in a range of industries, across all areas of employment law.  An experienced litigator, she has represented clients in all types of employment-related suits, including class and collective actions, discrimination, retaliation and harassment, non-compete and wage/hour matters.  In addition to litigating, she conducts high-level workplace investigations and routinely counsels clients on matters involving the full range of state and federal employment issues.

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The EEO-1 Saga Continues — An Appeal, Additional Requirements, and More…

Employers would be forgiven for feeling figurative whiplash from all of the developments surrounding the EEO-1 in recent weeks. After understanding they would not have to submit pay data with their EEO-1 submissions (referred to as “Component 2 data”), in a series of rulings. Judge Tanya Chutkan reinstated the obligation. Since then, employers have been reading … Continue Reading

EEOC Issues Statement Regarding EEO-1

On April 29, 2019, the EEOC issued the following statement regarding the recent EEO-1 developments: Notice of Immediate Reinstatement of Revised EEO-1: Pay Data Collection EEO-1 filers should begin preparing to submit Component 2 data for calendar year 2018 by September 30, 2019, in light of the court’s recent decision in National Women’s Law Center, et … Continue Reading

Judge Orders Employers to Submit Pay Data on Revised EEO-1 Form by September 30, 2019

Introduction: On April 25, 2019, Judge Tanya Chutkan ordered the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to collect detailed data on employee compensation and hours worked from covered employers sorted by job category, pay band, race, ethnicity, and gender (“Component 2” of the EEO-1 form) by September 30, 2019.  The reporting requirement applies to all … Continue Reading
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