Tag Archives: EEO-1 Reporting

Annual VETS Reporting Portal Open

Even though it feels as thought we are still in the midst of summer, the time is here for annual VETS-4212 reporting.  The portal is now open for the 2018 filing season which started on August 1, 2018 and ends on September 30, 2018. If you recall, last year, VETS clarified that in addition to using … Continue Reading

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 there may be some … Continue Reading

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 must now report such employees … Continue Reading

EEO-1 Survey Portal Open for Reporting

The portal is now open for employers to file their 2017 EEO-1 Surveys.  The deadline to file this year is March 31, 2018.  Following a reprieve in 2017, this will be employers’ first filing since the Fall of 2016.  While giving employers a break from reporting, the hiatus also allowed the EEO-1 Joint Reporting Committee time to implement some changes … Continue Reading

It’s Time to be Thinking about your 2018 EEO-1 Reports

Now that you’ve successfully filed your 2017 VETS-4212 reports, it’s time to focus on EEO-1 reporting.  Most employers are not accustomed to focusing on EEO-1 reporting going into a new year, but following the filing reprieve in 2017, employers need to make sure they are prepared to file in 2018. As previously reported, federal contractors and … Continue Reading
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