EEO-1 Deadline Extended to May 31
By Angela Adams, CEBS, SPHR, Director, Human Resource Services
Published February 5, 2019
During the government shutdown, we had questions from HR Source members about the EEO-1 Report and when it might open and/or be due.
Typically, this report, which is required of all private employers with 100 or more employees and federal government contractors and first-tier subcontractors with 50 or more employees and a federal contract, subcontract, or purchase order of $50,000, is due March 31. The website for filing usually opens during early January. The EEO-1 requires race and gender data, by EEO-1 category, for all locations of a covered organization, pulled from a date in October through December of the prior year.
As of this writing, the 2019 filing portal has not yet opened, due to the shutdown. The EEOC announced last week that the portal should open in early March, and the due date has been extended to May 31.
We’ll let our members and readers know when the portal is ready. We’re also in the process of rescheduling our training program on how to file this report. Stay tuned for an April date and time to be announced soon. Also, we can do it for you. Save some headache and spend time on something else!
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