(775 ILCS 5/2-108)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2030)
    Sec. 2-108. Employer disclosure requirements.
    (A) Definitions. The following definitions are applicable strictly to this Section:
        (1) "Employer" means:
            (a) any person employing one or more employees
        
within this State;
            (b) a labor organization; or
            (c) the State and any political subdivision,
        
municipal corporation, or other governmental unit or agency, without regard to the number of employees.
        (2) "Settlement" means any written commitment or
    
written agreement, including any agreed judgment, stipulation, decree, agreement to settle, assurance of discontinuance, or otherwise between an employee, as defined by subsection (A) of Section 2-101, or a nonemployee to whom an employer owes a duty under this Act pursuant to (A-10) or (D-5) of Section 2-102, and an employer under which the employer directly or indirectly provides to an individual compensation or other consideration due to an allegation that the individual has been a victim of sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination under this Act.
        (3) "Adverse judgment or administrative ruling" means
    
any final and non-appealable adverse judgment or final and non-appealable administrative ruling entered in favor of an employee as defined by subsection (A) of Section 2-101 or a nonemployee to whom an employer owes a duty under this Act pursuant to (A-10) or (D-5) of Section 2-102, and against the employer during the preceding year in which there was a finding of sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination brought under this Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, or any other federal, State, or local law prohibiting sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination.
    (B) Required disclosures. Beginning July 1, 2020, and by each July 1 thereafter, each employer that had an adverse judgment or administrative ruling against it in the preceding calendar year, as provided in this Section, shall disclose annually to the Department of Human Rights the following information:
        (1) the total number of adverse judgments or
    
administrative rulings during the preceding year;
        (2) whether any equitable relief was ordered against
    
the employer in any adverse judgment or administrative ruling described in paragraph (1);
        (3) how many adverse judgments or administrative
    
rulings described in paragraph (1) are in each of the following categories:
            (a) sexual harassment;
            (b) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
sex;
            (c) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
race, color, or national origin;
            (d) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
religion;
            (e) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
age;
            (f) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
disability;
            (g) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
military status or unfavorable discharge from military status;
            (h) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
sexual orientation or gender identity; and
            (i) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
        
any other characteristic protected under this Act;
    (C) Settlements. If the Department is investigating a charge filed pursuant to this Act, the Department may request the employer responding to the charge to submit the total number of settlements entered into during the preceding 5 years, or less at the direction of the Department, that relate to any alleged act of sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination that:
        (1) occurred in the workplace of the employer; or
        (2) involved the behavior of an employee of the
    
employer or a corporate executive of the employer, without regard to whether that behavior occurred in the workplace of the employer.
    The total number of settlements entered into during the requested period shall be reported along with how many settlements are in each of the following categories, when requested by the Department pursuant to this subsection:
        (a) sexual harassment;
        (b) discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex;
        (c) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    
race, color, or national origin;
        (d) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    
religion;
        (e) discrimination or harassment on the basis of age;
        (f) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    
disability;
        (g) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    
military status or unfavorable discharge from military status;
        (h) discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    
sexual orientation or gender identity; and
        (i) discrimination or harassment on the basis of any
    
other characteristic protected under this Act;
    The Department shall not rely on the existence of any settlement agreement to support a finding of substantial evidence under this Act.
    (D) Prohibited disclosures. An employer may not disclose the name of a victim of an act of alleged sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination in any disclosures required under this Section.
    (E) Annual report. The Department shall publish an annual report aggregating the information reported by employers under subsection (B) of this Section such that no individual employer data is available to the public. The report shall include the number of adverse judgments or administrative rulings filed during the preceding calendar year based on each of the protected classes identified by this Act.
    The report shall be filed with the General Assembly and made available to the public by December 31 of each reporting year. Data submitted by an employer to comply with this Section is confidential and exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.
    (F) Failure to report and penalties. If an employer fails to make any disclosures required under this Section, the Department shall issue a notice to show cause giving the employer 30 days to disclose the required information. If the employer does not make the required disclosures within 30 days, the Department shall petition the Illinois Human Rights Commission for entry of an order imposing a civil penalty against the employer pursuant to Section 8-109.1. The civil penalty shall be paid into the Department of Human Rights' Training and Development Fund.
    (G) Rules. The Department shall adopt any rules it deems necessary for implementation of this Section.
    (H) This Section is repealed on January 1, 2030.
(Source: P.A. 101-221, eff. 1-1-20.)