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A Washington judge’s order reinstating an Obama-era rule that requires greater disclosure of private workforce pay data has put new pressure on employers and management-side lawyers, as a deadline to comply with the regulation approaches and uncertainty lingers over whether the government will challenge the ruling.

The Trump administration failed to provide sufficient reasoning to block enforcement of the new pay-data reporting rule, U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan of the District of Columbia said in her decision this week. The regulation, which requires disclosure of pay information based on gender, race and ethnicity, was adopted by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as one measure to spotlight and combat pay disparities.

 

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