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New EEO-1 Requirements

Posted by Frank Steinberg | Apr 25, 2007 | 0 Comments

The EEO-1 or "Employer Information Report"  must be filed annually with the EEOC by all employers that have at least 100 employees, and by those that have at least 50 employees and $50,000 worth of federal government contracts.  The EEO-1 requires employers to provide the government with a count of employees by job category, broken down by race, ethnicity and gender.

The EEO-1 has been around since the mid-1960's.  A revised version must be filed for reports due starting on September 30, 2007.

The EEOC's FAQ's are helpful.   Extensive filing instructions are also available.  Section D – Employment Data, is the only part of the form that has changed.

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Frank Steinberg

Frank is the founder and principal of Steinberg Law, LLC. A Jersey boy born and bred, he focuses on employment litigation and counseling, business litigation,  and aviation law. Following law school and a clerkship in the federal district court Frank spent his early career with large litigation ...


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