The EEOC announced on February 1, 2019 that due to the partial government shutdown, the 2018 EEO-1 filing portal will open “in early March” for filing of 2018 reports. As a result of the delayed opening, EEOC has extended the filing deadline by two months. The new deadline by which to file is May 31
EEO-1 Joint Reporting Commission
UPDATE: EEOC Clarifies Change to EEO-1 Reporting for Employees at Client Sites
As we recently reported, the instructions for filing current EEO-1 reports includes a change to the reporting requirements for employees working at client sites.
Acknowledging confusion surrounding the instruction, EEOC presented the following today during a webinar held for members of the Industry Liaison Group community:
It has come to the EEOC’s attention that
Changes to EEO-1 Reporting for Employees at Client Sites
As we shared previously, the portal is currently open for EEO-1 Reporting. In addition to the change in timing of reporting and other administrative items, the EEOC Joint Reporting Commission has made a change to the way employers must report certain types of employees.
Employers with employees who “regularly report” to client sites…
Update: EEO-1 Filing Deadline Extended Until October 30
The EEO-1 Joint Reporting Committee has extended the deadline for filing this year’s EEO-1 Reports. The new deadline to file reports is now October 30, 2015.
This additional 30 days gives employers much needed time to adjust to and incorporate the new filing requirements.
There has been no extension at this time of…
Another EEO-1 Filing Rule Change
As we previously reported, the annual EEO-1 Reporting portal has opened and along with it some changes to the reporting requirements. Probably the most impactful change is the new requirement that companies may no longer file more than one EEO-1 report for the same address if the North American Industrial Classification System Code (NAICS) is…
EEO-1 Reporting Portal Now Open: Changes Unveiled
In addition to filing annual VETS-4212 reports, federal contractors with 50 or more employees and $50,000 or more in contracts (and non-government contract employers with more than 100 employees) must file annual EEO-1 surveys. The reporting portal for filing the EEO-1 reports opened today and will remain open until at least September 30.